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Residents walk down a flooded residential street in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on August 30, 2021 in Norco, Louisiana. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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How Climate Change Is Making Storms Like Ida Even Worse

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Winds Have Been High As The Caldor Fire Threatens California's South Lake Tahoe

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New Orleans's Recover From Hurricane Ida's Damage Has Been Slow

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New Orleans Mayor Cantrell On The City's Loss Of Power Brought By Hurricane Ida

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A Kern County firefighter keeps an eye on a burning tree as fire burns closer to homes during the French Fire in the Sequoia National Forest near Wofford Heights, Calif., this month. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Prescribed burns, like this one in Humboldt County, Calif., reduce the underbrush without destroying trees. Lenya Quinn-Davidson hide caption

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Why The South Is Decades Ahead Of The West In Wildfire Prevention

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Water In The West: Bankrupt?

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Residents walk down a flooded residential street in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida on Monday in Norco, La. Ida made landfall on Sunday as a Category 4 storm southwest of New Orleans. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds Of Thousands Left Without Power After Hurricane Ida

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Reservation Communities Change Their Response To Increasingly Common Megafires

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Plaquemines Parish President Hunkers Down Through Hurricane Ida With Members

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