Rose Andreatta

Last updated February 3, 2023
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Western Wildfire Season 2022

The American West has endured significant impacts from climate change in 2022, and as we enter the warmest months of the year, it’s expected to get worse. Record heat and drought, worsened by human-caused climate change, are increasing the threat of extreme fire behavior. New Mexico has already suffered through a year’s worth of fire activity - just through April, and globally, this year is the fifth warmest on record, so far.

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Rose Andreatta

Rose Andreatta is the director of the Climate Signals project and has over a decade of experience translating scientific information into usable formats for a variety of audiences. Rose earned her Master’s of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia University and holds a Certificate of Achievement in Weather Forecasting from Pennsylvania State University.

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