Wildfires are burning our precious nature, and not only. For instance, Australia lost over about 1 billion animals until today. 

But wildfires will only increase in the future according to science. Because of climate change, droughts will only make it more easy for them to start.

I now saw war as a constant, akin to wildfires. They break out unless you work actively to prevent them.

Richard Engel

Although they can naturally occur, man is still the number one cause.

So humans are the number one cause of wildfires. We are losing lives, animals, and nature with them. We must be careful to protect them all.

In this episode, we are talking all about how wildfires are happening and how climate change affects them.

Now more than ever we should become environmental protectors over destroyers to save our natural heritage.

But today Australian heritage is at risk so if you will like to step up and help you can. Hence you can donate to WIRES

WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc.) mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and they are doing this for over 30 years.

Wildfires are a result of temperature conditions, of soil moisture conditions; and, of course, something has to start it.

John Holdren

What do you think about wildfires? We will like to hear your view below.

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Thank you for sharing your comments.

With love…for science,


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