Australia’s record breaking bush fires were made by the worse climate change in 2019-20.
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The issue was shared by the renowned actor Leonardo through his Instagram page. Dicaprio shared the news and his concern about this subject through his post.
Previously, the Oscar winner shared his regards to the Brazilian people about the wildfire spread there in August.
His Instagram posts show his concern and love towards nature and wildlife, like his recent struggles for the rights of Kayapo Indigenous Community in their fight against Gold Mining, which is a prime example.
The actor-environmentalist had also shared about the vast wildfire which burnt acres in California through a video posted in his Instagram page.
The report released on Tuesday explains the probability of a worsen fire after this devastating wildfire.
To examine the most dreadful Australian wildfire, the New South Wales (NSW) was formed in January.
The fire was categorized into “extreme and extremely unusual” depending upon its intensity and also informed that “it is clear that we should expect fire seasons like 2019-20, or potentially worse, to happen again.”
Fires burned through forested regions at a rate never before seen in recorded history, according to the report. There were 89 fire-generated firestorms, extremely dangerous phenomena that cause lightning, tornadoes and extreme winds, a 50% increase from the 2018-19 season.
Reports says that extreme dryness in forested regions; large amounts of fuel load, such as leaf litter; and dry, hot weather spurred the fires, which spread quickly over large areas.