Wildfires Will Test Australia’s Leading Streak Without a Recession - SYDNEY—Natural disasters are unpredictable events with broadly predictable results: a destruction of property and wealth, but no lasting impact on economic growth.
Australia’s wildfires, which have ravaged more than 26,000 square miles of land and killed at least 30 people, will be the latest big test of that view. At stake is the country’s 28-year run without a recession—the longest ongoing streak in the developed world.
Liar Liar Australia on Fire ! - Close to 200 People have been Arrested in Australia For Arson, Deliberately Starting Bushfires. It's a crisis, in the words of Obamas mentor Rahm Emanuel "Never let a good crisis go to Waste". Like the Amazon Rain Forest fires of a few months back, during which the liberal claims of climate change / global warming were thoroughly and undeniably debunked, the left is attempting to fleck their fickle fingers of fear and monger on the crisis at hand.
Delingpole: Australian ‘Climate’ Fires Are Pure Fake News Propaganda - Australia’s ‘climate’ fires are fast becoming the biggest fake news scare story of 2020. All the world’s stupidest, most annoying, hand-wringing, virtue-signalling leftists, luvvies, eco-loons, shyster politicians, second-rate activist scientists and other bottom feeders are jumping on the bandwagon.
Australia's Wildfires Are Releasing Vast Amounts Of Carbon - Smoke from the ongoing firestorm in Australia is obscuring skies halfway around the world. Satellite images from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show a haze from the deadly fires spreading over South America. The swirling plume is nearly the size of the continental United States.
Graffiti artists have paid tribute to the firefighters tackling Australia's biggest wildfires in decades.
A firefighting koala with a note of thanks for the country's rural fire services was among the murals painted in Hosier Lane, Melbourne - famous for its street art - on Sunday.
A billion animals: some of the species most at risk from Australia's bushfire crisis