The commission investigating the causes and consequences of fires in Australia has published a report that brings attention to the problem of climate change. Extreme weather conditions will become more frequent and an increase in global temperatures in the coming 20-30 years is inevitable.
Scientists from the University of Sydney estimate that 480 million mammals, birds, and reptiles were killed by the fires. The Commission agrees that the issue of rising temperatures and global warming will play a key role in future disasters. Scientists emphasize that if the government does not introduce any changes, further such phenomena may be more frequent, but also much more intense and dangerous.
Specialists emphasize that there is a need for immediate actions aimed at the development of renewable energy sources so that such disasters could be less and less.