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(Reuters) - While more than half of California’s forests fall under federal management, the U.S. Forest Service consistently spends fewer dollars than the state in managing those lands to reduce wildfire risks, a Reuters data analysis reveals.
LONDON (Reuters) - Wildfires among ponderosa pines and Douglas firs of the U.S. West have long been part of nature's cycle of renewal, as much as the changing of the seasons.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is committed to ensuring that at least half of the country’s land area is covered with forests and trees, says the Energy and Natural Resources Ministry.
KUCHING: Sarawak’s production and exports of logs from planted forests have surged as the cultivated fast-growing commercial timber trees attain maturity after between 10 and 14 years.
(Reuters) - Dozens of conflagrations have raged across more than 5 million acres (1.6 million hectares) in Oregon, California and Washington state since August, laying waste to several small towns, destroying thousands of homes and killing at least 35 people.[nL1N2GB0ZI]
WILMINGTON, Del./MCLELLAN PARK, Calif. (Reuters) - Joe Biden branded President Donald Trump a "climate arsonist" on Monday for refusing to acknowledge global warming's role in deadly wildfires sweeping the western United States, while Trump blamed lax forestry and declared, "I don't think science knows."
MCLELLAN PARK, Calif. (Reuters) - President Donald Trump stressed the need for forest management as a way to combat the wildfires raging in the U.S. West as he landed in California on Monday for a briefing on the crisis, saying climate change was a longer term issue.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Monday intensified his efforts to win over Latino voters as polls show their support increasingly up for grabs ahead of the November presidential election - a flashing warning light for Democrat Joe Biden’s campaign.
TALENT, Ore. (Reuters) - Search-and-rescue teams, with dogs in tow, were deployed across the blackened ruins of southern Oregon towns on Sunday as smoldering wildfires still ravaged U.S. Pacific Coast states after causing widespread destruction.
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Search and rescue crews using dogs combed through neighborhoods left in blackened ruins by massive wildfires burning across three states on Saturday, and U.S. President Donald Trump said he would travel to California to see the devastation first-hand.