This is not normal: Explaining Bushfires and Climate Change

20.12.19 By

A dangerous summer is unfolding. Hundreds of bushfires are burning, we’ve broken our hottest day on record – twice, and Eastern Australia is being gripped by a prolonged and devastating drought. A state of emergency has been declared in New South Wales over Christmas.

We know it’s sometimes hard to explain the link between bushfires and climate change with your family and friends. Here’s a quick guide, backed by science, for how you can have a conversation about these issues.

Stay safe and remember to listen to the advice of emergency services.

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Read more conversation guides:

Summer BBQ Guide – Talking Energy

Mythbusting Guide for Christmas BBQs

Conversation Guide: Explaining Climate and Weather