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As Bush Fires Burn In Australia, A Look At Climate Change's Impact

Jan 24, 2020

Scientists estimate bush fires in Southeastern Australia have killed hundreds of millions of animals. This hour, we talk about the fires’ impact on biodiversity.

And we learn about how climate change is shaping wildfire patterns around the globe. Are severe natural disasters becoming the “new normal”?

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Chion Wolf contributed to this show.