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Australia's bushfires contribute to record surge in global emissions: UK Met Office

SBS Friday, 24 January 2020
The Met Office in Britain says emissions from the Australian bushfires have contributed up to one-fifth of a record annual increase in global emissions.
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Meteorologists for the British government report that the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere - the leading cause of global warming - appears on track for one of the biggest annual increases since recordings began in the 1950s. It's partly fuelled by the devastating wildfires raging...

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