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A continent on fire
? Australia’ s catastrophic fire season
began in August 2019
?Fire is no stranger to the dry
conti nen t’ s woodlands.
?Devastated over 10 million hectares of
land
?Killed at least 25 people
?Killed tens of millions of animals
?Besides forcing the evacuation of entire
communities
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A continent on fire
? Australia’ s catastrophic fire season
began in August 2019
?Fire is no stranger to the dry
conti nen t’ s woodlands.
?Devastated over 10 million hectares of
land
?Killed at least 25 people
?Killed tens of millions of animals
?Besides forcing the evacuation of entire
communities
Page 3


A continent on fire
? Australia’ s catastrophic fire season
began in August 2019
?Fire is no stranger to the dry
conti nen t’ s woodlands.
?Devastated over 10 million hectares of
land
?Killed at least 25 people
?Killed tens of millions of animals
?Besides forcing the evacuation of entire
communities
Page 4


A continent on fire
? Australia’ s catastrophic fire season
began in August 2019
?Fire is no stranger to the dry
conti nen t’ s woodlands.
?Devastated over 10 million hectares of
land
?Killed at least 25 people
?Killed tens of millions of animals
?Besides forcing the evacuation of entire
communities
?PM Scott Morrison has sought to
downplay the impact of changing
climate.
?Scientists: coal industry has a sway
over politics in Australia
?Scientists ’ Warning: what has
happened is because of global average
temperature rise of 1°C.
?Over the past half century, the number
of hot days and very hot days each year
have steadily increased.
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A continent on fire
? Australia’ s catastrophic fire season
began in August 2019
?Fire is no stranger to the dry
conti nen t’ s woodlands.
?Devastated over 10 million hectares of
land
?Killed at least 25 people
?Killed tens of millions of animals
?Besides forcing the evacuation of entire
communities
?PM Scott Morrison has sought to
downplay the impact of changing
climate.
?Scientists: coal industry has a sway
over politics in Australia
?Scientists ’ Warning: what has
happened is because of global average
temperature rise of 1°C.
?Over the past half century, the number
of hot days and very hot days each year
have steadily increased.
Mining deep
? Centre’ s decision: Mineral Laws
(Amendment) Ordinance 2020.
A. Liberalise norms for entry into coal
mining
B. Relax regulations on mining
C. Selling coal in the country
?Enabling anyone with finances and
expertise to bid for blocks and sell the
coal freely to any buyer of their
choice.
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