Smoke from Australian fires reaches South America: UN

Smoke from Australian fires reaches South America: UN

The UN World Meteorological Organization revealed on Tuesday that smoke from the bushfires in Australia has reached till as far as South America and was affecting the air quality in South American cities. The sky in Auckland, New Zealand had already turned orange due to smoke from the bushfires.

Kathy
Kathy
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 4 months

Just remember global warming alarmists this is all your fault because of your whining and complaining about things that aren't really settled science you've created environmental regulations that don't allow for the controlled burning Australia does in the winter time to ensure a major fire like this doesn't happen in the summertime. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Ryan M
Ryan M 4 months

These fires are caused by arson. Australia was much hotter, and suffered much larger fires in the 1930s, when CO2 was much lower than it is today.

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