San Jose mayor on California heat wave: ‘Climate change is here’

San jose mayor on california heat wave: ‘climate change is here’

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “San Jose mayor on California heat wave: ‘Climate change is here’” – below is their description.

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San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Akiko Fujita to discuss the severe heat wave hitting California, Gov. Newsom’s request to Californians to conserve electricity, the strain on the electric grid, and how the state is adapting to climate change.

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