Milano said she packed up her "kids, dogs, computer," and Doc Marten boots and headed for shelter. Butler tweeted a photo of his charred home , with a vehicle in his driveway reduced to a blackened shell.
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Facebook Icon The letter F. Link icon An image of a chain link. The local food co-op gives out free soup and is handling shipments of food and supplies coming in from other co-ops around the state. The Chico Peace and Justice Center is collecting and distributing other items. Even a local tattoo shop is all-in on the support, distributing blankets and clothing to people who left Paradise with only the clothes on their backs. The Walmart parking lot in Chico has become a tent city. Numerous businesses were also lost to the flames, meaning many are also jobless. Those competing pressures are enough that some are already considering leaving for good.
Insurance could help some like Vesely, whose policy could help fund his trailer plan.
But moving forward, insurance rates will remember the blaze. And while California has a program called the FAIR plan that insures high-risk individuals, those policies come with high premiums some may not be able to afford. Like the coasts, the wildland-urban interface is becoming a risky place to live in our warming world.
Make no mistake: The thousands of people who are homeless because of the Camp Fire are climate refugees. It created the Paradise Ridge Fire Safe Council in the wake the Humboldt Fire that destroyed 74 homes in town in an effort to prepare for the big one. The town had evacuations zones. When residents saw the Camp Fire was headed for town, many quickly cleared the ubiquitous pine needles from their roofs before dousing them with water and fleeing for their lives. None of it mattered. And no amount of preparation will necessarily be enough to protect whatever becomes of Paradise in an era where fire season is year round long and major conflagrations are the new normal.
The residents in Paradise will have to confront the same thorny questions as their brethren in Mexico Beach , which was rocked by Hurricane Michael earlier this year. Frankly, there are no easy answers. The A. Filed to: climate change ruins everything Filed to: climate change ruins everything climate change ruins everything wildfire season is year round now camp fire California wildfires climate change adaptation.
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