Australia's forest fires have been burning for months, and we've seen thousands of animals fleeing the blaze, and brave firefighters are working to stop it from spreading. What else can we do other than pray in front of the screen?
Australia's forest fires have been burning for months, and we've seen thousands of animals fleeing the blaze, and brave firefighters are working to stop it from spreading. A young child of a volunteer firefighter who was killed in a forest fire received a medal of commendation on behalf of his father at the funeral of a firefighter who died in a forest fire, the BBC reported on January 2.
According to the New York TimesChinese reported that since September last year, there have been fires in parts of Australia, with the east coast being the worst, with Queensland and New South Wales declaring a state of emergency in November last year and continuing the fire until January.
According to CNN, Australia is facing one of the worst droughts in decades, with a heatwave in December surpassing the nation's highest average temperature. In the worst-hit NSW, where more than 2,000 homes have been damaged so far and an estimated 500 million animals have been affected by the fires in New South Wales, including millions of which may have died (a conservative estimate), Australian Federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley said the fires may have caused about one-third of NSW's tailless bears to die and destroy their habitats.
Photo: Dazhi Provides (AP)
Photo by Dazhi . . . Reuters)
The Australian fires affected local animals. Photo: Dazhi (Reuters)
A volunteer firefighter has died as a result of the disaster relief effort, and his daughter wears her father's helmet at the funeral. Photo by Dazhi (AFP)
Harvey Keaton, 19, was wearing a uniform and biting his nipple to receive the medal, and his father died on December 19th. At the funeral, there was a mug with the words: "Daddy, I love you to the moon and back! (Dad, I love you until heaven and earth). " Photo by Dazhi (AFP)
A firefighter feeds water to a tailless bear during a fire in Australia in December last year. Photo: Dazhi Provides (AP)
The Fire in Australia has attracted global attention, with many celebrities calling for donations. In front of the screen, you hope to see these photos, in addition to heartache, can become more of your motivation to change your daily habits, love the earth, not just donations, from the day on, we can make changes, such as:
- Eat less beef and dairy products
- Reduce the use of single-use plastic bags
- Make conscious choices about consumption
A random little action in life can change the entire earth ecology, if you do not want the tragedy to happen again, let us make a change together. (Extended reading: The Earth is so beautiful, let's work together: 6 things we can do for the Amazon rainforest)