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Australia’s Apocalyptic Bushfire Season loading...
Australia’s Apocalyptic Bushfire Season
Halfway through summer, firefighters warn the “worst is yet to come” as rising temperatures and El Nino increase chances of a deadly blaze
Australia Enters Era Of Catastrophic Fires loading...
Australia Enters Era Of Catastrophic Fires
With over one million hectares burnt out in Queensland and New South Wales, Australia is already exceeding major fire seasons of the past and it’s just going to keep coming says the Director of the University of Wollongong’s Centre for Environmental Risk Management of Bushfires, Professor Ross Bradstock.
Save Smokey The Echidna loading...
Save Smokey The Echidna
The destruction of echidna habitats is making our landscape more bushfire-prone suggests a report released earlier this year by students from the University of Tasmania.
Government Puts Potential Catastrophic Change On The Backburner loading...
Government Puts Potential Catastrophic Change On The Backburner
When the Prime Minister Scott Morrison refused to endorse a proposal for “urgent action on climate change” at the recent Pacific Islands Forum in Tuvalu last month, he reaffirmed the Australian Government’s broad commitment to little action on climate change.
How a weird fire vortex sparked a meteorological mystery loading...
How a weird fire vortex sparked a meteorological mystery
A spinning inferno with 230-kilometre-an-hour winds sent scientists scrambling to understand the cause of this deadly phenomenon.
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why loading...
2019 may be the hottest year yet—here's why
Spurred by a likely El Niño as well as climate change, the planet is expected to heat up even more, scientists warn.
Here's What's It's Like To Be Inside a Wildfire loading...
Here's What's It's Like To Be Inside a Wildfire
Fires like the ones in California spread far and fast. An expert's best advice: evacuate when you're told.
Why These Birds Carry Flames In Their Beaks loading...
Why These Birds Carry Flames In Their Beaks
Australia's indigenous peoples have long observed "firehawks" spreading wildfires throughout the country's tropical landscapes.
Everything You Need To Know About Rip Currents loading...
Everything You Need To Know About Rip Currents
70% of Australian beachgoers don’t know how to spot a rip, find out everything you need to know below.

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