Experts issued a grave warning about natural disasters in the years to come, claiming that "what was unprecedented is now our future".
Less than six months since the end of Black Summer, many Australians are still picking up the pieces—but it's already that time of year again, and this time with the added difficulty of a global pandemic.
Kangaroos and Koalas Are Dying in Australia's Hellfires. Wild Brumbies and Feral Cats Are Taking Over.
Invasive species, coupled with the fires, could lead to “ecosystem collapse.”
The island once enjoyed one of the healthiest populations of native wildlife in Australia. We visited to see how fire changed everything.
As fires swept through southern New South Wales on New Year's Eve, hundreds of residents were issued an emergency warning: evacuate now, or stay and defend.
In places with particularly hot fires, these eerie shadows have been baked into the ground.
Through viral dance videos and snarky satire, TikTok offers a flicker of light in the gloom and doom brought by the fires.
The Blue Mountains bushfires are starting to encroach upon one of NSW's largest coal-fired power stations, responsible for supplying 10 percent of the state's electricity.