As a bushfire rages in WA, experts have warned that Australia faces a ‘once in a lifetime’ bushfire season. One that historically can only be compared to a fire season dating all the way back to three years ago.
“This season will be unprecedented,” said one expert, “just like it was unprecedented three years ago. And how all of the future fire seasons will be.”
“To think, there are people as old as babies who have never seen a fire season quite like this.”
In response to the fire season, which started as early as September, Prime Minister Albanese reassured Australians that his government is doing everything it can to try to limit the damage the fires can cause to the fossil fuel industry.