The sun setting over the Olympic Mountains was a brilliant red last summer because smoke from wildfires in British Columbia swept into the Puget Sound region. Scientists say climate change is a contributing factor to an increase in forest fires in recent years.
The sun setting over the Olympic Mountains was a brilliant red last summer because smoke from wildfires in British Columbia swept into the Puget Sound region. Scientists say climate change is a contributing factor to an increase in forest fires in recent years. Elaine Thompson AP
The sun setting over the Olympic Mountains was a brilliant red last summer because smoke from wildfires in British Columbia swept into the Puget Sound region. Scientists say climate change is a contributing factor to an increase in forest fires in recent years. Elaine Thompson AP

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin: Time for a nonpartisan discussion of climate change

November 20, 2017 02:13 PM