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  • Orange skies, ash filled rain, fire tornadoes, flames jumping as high as 230 feet; people huddling for shelter on the beach. Australia’s wildfires are a disaster on a scale hard to fathom.
  • Millions of acres have been torched and entire homes have been swallowed by flames. More than 20 people have lost their lives. About half a billion animals have been killed in New South Wales. We need to work together to help them heal. The smoke in Sydney was so bad that air quality measured 11 times the hazardous level. More than 1,300 houses destroyed and 8.9 million acres scorched.
  • Disaster Relief Donate- Update: A total of 17 people have died nationwide, and in the state of New South Wales alone, more than 900 houses have been destroyed. State and federal authorities are struggling to contain the massive blazes, even with firefighting assistance from other countries, including the United States. There have been fires in every Australian state, but New South Wales has been hardest hit.
  • Support Victims and Firefighters of the brush fires that lost everything. More than 1,300 firefighters continue to battle the flames that have ravaged the states of Queensland and NSW this past month. The blazes have already destroyed three times more land in New South Wales, which is home to nearly 8 million people, than during the entire fire season last year, even before summer truly begins. Hundreds of homes have been destroyed, and four people have died. Disasters like the fires and floods have devastated the livelihoods of farmers and wrought millions of dollars' worth of damage. Australia is reeling from deadly bushfires and the worst drought in decades, but fears are now growing that things could get worse, warning that dams could run dry by 2020. Disaster Relief Charity Donate! Australian Prime Minister is Scott Morrison. 

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Brush Fires

  • More than 20% of Australia’s forests burned during the summer's bushfire catastrophe, a proportion scientists believe is unprecedented globally, according to new research.
  • Research published in a special edition of Natural Climate Change focused on the bushfire crisis finds that 21% of the total area covered by Australian forests – excluding Tasmania - has burnt so far in the 2019-20 bushfire season.
  • Blazes have torn through bushland, wooded areas, and national parks like the Blue Mountains. 
  • Million Tree Challenge. Australia is home to a huge variety of unique plants and animals, with over 80% of native species not found anywhere else. The southern island of Tasmania is one of the last places that many of Australia’s threatened native species can thrive. However, centuries of farming in the Tasmanian midlands have depleted habitats and reduced biodiversity. With fewer places to find shelter and food, some of Australia’s endangered endemic species, including the iconic Tasmanian Devil, are at further risk. Planting trees with this project will protect Tasmania’s biodiversity. Disaster Relief Charity Donate





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