Bushfires rage on in Australia ‘helped’ by climate change

BBC: Australian firefighters are continuing to tackle more than 100 bushfires, which have gutted houses and thousands of hectares of land. Officials say temperatures are lower than feared, but gusty winds are making it hard to contain the blazes in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Six people have been treated for heat exposure, but nobody has died. A government commission says the heatwave and fires have been exacerbated by global warming. "Climate change is increasing the risk of more......

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