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https://theenvironmental.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/blog2.jpg 600 800 Ahmad Shabbar https://www.theenvironmental.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/resized-logo.png Ahmad Shabbar2020-01-06 12:00:072020-01-15 08:52:52Controlled Backburning or Raging Bushfires: Finding a balance.
This is a practice where, as the name suggests, a controlled fire is lit in order to reduce the amount of flammable material in forests. Factors such as wind-speed and direction, and also the dryness of the land and recent rainfall are taken into consideration to keep the fires slow-moving and under control.
https://theenvironmental.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/blog3.jpg 400 600 Mashal Mush https://www.theenvironmental.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/resized-logo.png Mashal Mush2020-01-04 10:52:382020-01-15 08:53:00Deadly Wildfires In Australia
"A wildfire in Tasmania" (Picture: Tasmania Parks and Wildlife Services, via Reuters). While we happily welcomed the New Year in Pakistan, places around the world, like Australia, witnessed a rough start to 2020 with deadly…