U.S. presidential hopeful Bloomberg unveils plan to cut wildfire losses in half
2 days ago - By Reuters
U.S. presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg on Thursday unveiled a plan that he claims will halve property losses and deaths from catastrophic wildfires within four years, as part of a suite of initiatives to combat climate change.
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