Australia: Heat is on combat climate change silent killer

Age: One of the most direct effects of climate change is the increase in very hot days and heatwaves. Many regions of Australia have suffered unusually intense heatwaves this summer. Melbourne sweltered through two heatwaves, and on January 16 Australia's extreme heat made front-page news around the world when the Australian Open tennis tournament was forced to suspend matches due to the risk of heat stress to players. Heatwaves have also increased extreme bushfire danger weather, a factor in the......

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