Governor’s Office Releases Wildfire Prevention Recommendations Including Overhaul of PG&E

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A Cal Fire firefighter monitors a burning home as the Camp Fire moves through the area on November 8, 2018 in Paradise, California. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Climate change has put more than 25 million acres of California wildlands under very high or extreme threat of fire, according to a report released Friday by Governor Newsom's office. The report includes a sweeping set of wildfire prevention recommendations, including the radical restructuring of PG&E, which faces more than $30 billion in potential wildfire liabilities. We'll discuss the report and we'll get the latest on PG&E's Chapter 11 reorganization and recent leadership shake-up.


Marisa Lagos, politics correspondent, KQED; co-host, KQED's Political Breakdown podcast

Steven Weissman, emeritus lecturer, Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley; former director of UC Berkeley Law's Energy Program; former administrative law judge, California Public Utilities Commission