Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Climate-Impacts-So-Calif-Wildfires-27MZIFIEP3KZ.htmlConceptually similarClimate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KEVCompleted★★★★Climate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KEXCompleted★★★★Climate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KEYCompleted★★★★Climate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KEUCompleted★★★★Climate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KF4Completed★★★★Climate Impacts So Calif WildfiresGP02KF5Completed★★★★Californian Affected by Climate ChangeGP0STSE8ICompleted★★★★Californian Affected by Climate ChangeGP0STSE8DCompleted★★★★Exxon's Hondo Oil Drilling Platform in CaliforniaGP0STPGWBCompleted★★★★View AllGP02KEWClimate Impacts So Calif WildfiresKaren Telleen-Lawton poses in the backyard of her home which was damaged by the Jesusita Fires in May 2009. Her family's backyard was badly burned, but advance preparations protected her home from the fires. Some of her neighbors were not so prepared or lucky.Locations:California-North America-Santa Barbara-United States of AmericaDate:2 Mar, 2011Credit:© Deniz Akbasoglu / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Day-Destruction-Fires-KWCI (GPI)-Mountains-One person-Outdoors-Sunny-Trees-WomenShoot:Climate Impacts California WildfiresKaren Telleen-Lawton poses in the backyard of her home in Santa Barbara which was damaged by the Jesusita Fires in May 2009. Her family's backyard was badly burned, but advance preparations protected her home from the fires. Some of her neighbours were not so prepared or lucky. Santa Barbara County officials report that the fire started May 5 in the Cathedral Peak area and spread to 8,733 acres destroying 80 homes and one commercial property. Some 30 firefighters were injured fighting the blaze with damage estimated at $17 million. The fire was contained and evacuation orders lifted May 13.