Invasive species, coupled with the fires, could lead to “ecosystem collapse.”
The human death toll from Australia's hellish fire season is now at least 31.
If you're living in Sydney or Melbourne you can expect some damage and possible health consequences in the future.
“When we heard about the possibility of these emergency trailers being available to serve our homeless residents, Oakland was the first in line.”
Right-wingers in Australia and elsewhere are blaming environmentalists and arsonists while trying to avoid a conversation about climate change.
Scientists say the hellish phenomenon could become far more common as a result of climate change.
“It’s just one, continuous long line of smoke, and that to me is very unusual,” one NASA scientist told VICE News.
Make the oil companies pay, says an expert who studies the world's worst polluters.
The long-feared convergence is reportedly more than three times bigger than any fire ever recorded in California.
The enormous fires, which are being amplified by climate change, have killed up to a billion animals and may drive species to extinction.
Climate change means emergency responders need specialized, updated training according to wildfire expert.
Red skies, brown smoke and scorched earth have become the new normal in Australia, as the country faces one of the biggest climate catastrophes it's ever seen.