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Countries from Siberia to Australia are burning: the age of fire is the bleakest warning yet
by Julian Cribb

The Guardian    Translate This Article
29 November 2019

On 29 November 2019 The Guardian reported: On any day, between 10,000 and 30,000 bushfires burn around the planet. Realms as diverse and distant as Siberia, Amazonia, Indonesia, Australia, and California are aflame. The advent of 'the age of fire' is the bleakest warning yet that humans have breached boundaries we were never meant to cross. ... It isn't just fires. It's the incessant knell of unnatural (human-fed) disasters: droughts, floods, vanishing rivers, lakes, and glaciers and the rise in billion-dollar weather impacts. ... Yet so far only a handful of countries -- France, Canada, Britain, Ireland, and Argentina -- have declared even a climate emergency. Global Good News service views this news as the failure of modern science systems. Such 'flops' highlight the need for more intelligent, evolutionary, Natural Law based, life-supporting systems.

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