Climate change made Australia’s devastating fire season 30% more likely

@article{Phillips2020ClimateCM,
  title={Climate change made Australia’s devastating fire season 30\% more likely},
  author={Nicky Phillips},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020}
}
But researchers say the result is conservative, and that weather conditions that make fires more likely will continue to worsen. But researchers say the result is conservative, and that weather conditions that make fires more likely will continue to worsen. 

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