Russian forest fires to exacerbate global warming – ecologists

RIA Novosti: High carbon dioxide emissions from forest fires raging across Central Russia could speed up the global warming process, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) ecologists said. Russia is suffering the worst heat wave in the 130 years since records began. Wildfires continue to rage across much of the central part of European Russia as the country experiences temperatures of up to and above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit). WWF ecologists said the forest fires and the carbon ......

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