Climate Change Worsens Wildfires: Blazes Increase by 2050

Science World Report: Wildfires have become a major issue as they blaze across acres of land, consuming trees, dry grass, houses and anything else in their path. We may have to get used to more of these fires in the future, though. It turns out that climate change may be worsening wildfires and that by 2050, the wildfire season will be about three weeks longer, twice as smoky and will burn a wider area in western states. As our climate continues to change, global conditions are shifting. Some areas are becoming drier......

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