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‘The Times’ podcast — Masters of Disasters: Broken records!

Record heat. Record drought. Record floods. Record hail. Record bad air. In a world where climate disasters seem to break records every year, do records even mean anything anymore? And if not, then what’s next when it comes to measuring climate misery?

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Today, we reconvene our Masters of Disasters to examine this existential question. Read the full transcript here.

Host: Gustavo Arellano

Guests: L.A. Times wildfire reporter Alex Wigglesworth, L.A. Times energy reporter Sammy Roth and L.A. Times air quality reporter Tony Briscoe.

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California’s epic heat wave is over. Here’s what we learned



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