As fires wreaked havoc in Australia in recent weeks, the role that the country’s coal and gas exports played in fuelling them imbued the devastation with a tragic irony.
Global average temperatures have been driven relentlessly upward over the last 100 years as a result of climbing greenhouse gas emissions from the burning of fossil fuels. Australia itself has been at the sharp end of this change, heating substantially faster than most other countries.
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