Blackouts Are Making It Harder to Measure the ‘Toxic Stew’ in the Air From California’s Wildfires
The blackouts imposed by power company PG&E knocked at least six air quality monitoring stations offline, the EPA confirmed to VICE News.
The California Wildfires Knocked a Big Company Website Offline
O'Reilly Media's website went offline "due to the fires and power outages in California," an unsettling reminder that the internet isn't immune from the ripple effects of the climate crisis and corporate negligence.
The Company That's Caused California Wildfires Is Cutting Off Power to 2 Million People to Avoid Another One
The state of California allowed the PG&E to start charging customers billions more so it could upgrade its grid. The company still hasn't.