Reeling From its Deadliest Forest Fire, Portugal Finds a Villain: Eucalyptus Trees – Questions Swirl Over “Road of Death”

Desdemona Despair By Lauren Frayer 20 June 2017 ELVAS, Portugal (Los Angeles Times) – Once shaded in canopies of leaves, the N-236-1 is a rural road that cuts through central Portugal, hugging hillsides pungent with eucalyptus and pine. Now it is littered with husks of burned cars. Along the shoulder,

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