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Australia's massive fires could become routine, climate scientists warn

Reuters Tuesday, 14 January 2020
Bushfires ravaging Australia have provided a foretaste of the kinds of conditions that could become normal unless the world moves rapidly to curb emissions of the greenhouse gases driving global warming, scientists have warned.
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