Extreme wildfires here to stay

By Gloria Dickie
Updated February 23 2022 - 5:21pm, first published 5:14pm
With climate change causing droughts and farmers clearing forests, wildfires are expected to rise.
With climate change causing droughts and farmers clearing forests, wildfires are expected to rise.

Indonesia's peatlands, California's forests, and, now, vast swathes of Argentine wetland have all been ravaged by extreme wildfires, heralding a fiery future and the dire need to prevent it.

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