Earthquake, Drought and Wildfires Ravage California

EcoWatch: We probably can`t blame the earthquake that hit California`s Napa Valley this weekend on climate change. But it`s one more thing that the beleaguered residents of the so-called "Golden State" have to deal with. And while we can`t do much to address the fact that the state sits on geographical fault lines, other issues have a human element. The magnitude 6.0 earthquake, which occurred early Sunday morning, is the largest to hit the state since 1989′s Loma Prieta quake. It injured several......

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