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In the 10/02/2022 edition:

Mobile Homes, the Last Affordable Housing Option for Many California Residents, Are Going Up in Smoke

Exploding wildfires, home prices and rents show how the climate crisis is increasingly a housing crisis.

CLEARLAKE, Calif.— Susan Gilbert heard police rolling by with their bullhorn.



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Championing Its Heritage, Canada Inches Toward Its Goal of Planting 2 Billion Trees

Two years into a reforestation campaign, the country has yet to meet 1 percent of its objective, sowing worry about the level of financial commitment from the government. And some fret that planting trees may not be an optimal strategy for countering climate change or fulfilling other environmental goals.

MONTREAL—Marc Garneau lifted off from Cape Canaveral on the Challenger shuttle in October 1984, becoming the first Canadian astronaut in space. Because the orbital inclination of the 13th shuttle mission repeatedly placed him over Canada during his eight days aloft, again and again he found himself looking down on his native country—and most of what he saw was trees, trees, trees.      



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