These 9 Celebs Lost Their Homes Due to Devastating Disasters

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4. Neil Young 

Neil Young is a Canadian songwriter, guitarist, and singer, very popular for his distinctive output and impressive sweep, from folkie to edgy guitar-rocker. The beloved rock and roller lost his charming home in the Woolsey Fire, and what’s even sadder is that the building was the second home he’d failed to a California fire.

Angry that he was the victim of mother nature twice, he blamed then-President of the United States, Donald Trump, for not paying attention to the world’s problems, specifically climate change and the damaging fires.

…What’s your opinion on climate change? This is an important topic for humans, so tell us in the comments down below!

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  1. The fires in California were more destructive than they should have been due to poor forestry policies practiced in California. Not removing the dead trees and undergrowth in many areas due to environmental concerns provided more fuel for each fire incident. The climate may have been a fraction of a degree warmer with less humidity than twenty five years ago, but climate change was a minuscule cause of the devastation. The science backs that up if one really wants to check. As AOC’s former chief of staff said to Governor Ainsley’s chief of staff: the green new deal and climate policies are not about saving the planet, but about controlling the economy.

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