record heat. record drought. record flood. pick up hail. Take in bad air. In a world where climate disasters seem to be breaking records every year, do records even mean anything anymore? And if not, what happens next when it comes to measuring climate misery?
Today we gather our Masters of Disasters once again to examine this existential question. Read the full transcript here.
Host: Gustave Arellano
Guests: LA Times wildfire reporter Alex Wigglesworth, LA Times energy reporter Sammy Roth, and LA Times air quality reporter Tony Briscoe.
Devastating rains in Death Valley, flooding casinos in Vegas mark a summer of extreme weather
If the forests go up in smoke, so will California’s climate plan
California’s epic heatwave is over. Here’s what we learned
https://www.latimes.com/podcasts/story/2022-09-26/the-times-podcast-masters-of-disasters-records ‘The Times’ podcast — Masters of Disasters: Broken records!