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The future of fighting wildfires in the era of climate change.

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Scientists: Get used to wildfires in a warming world.

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As climate change fuels wildfires, fighting them must change, report says.

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Wildfires burn over 126,000 acres across Florida this year.

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This low-cost greenhouse is designed to help the poorest farmers.

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Men smuggle $20,000 in empty bottles for California refund, officials say.

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