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09.06.2013

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Farmers and volunteer fire fighters call for better bushfire management MP3

After another summer full of catastrophic bushfires a group of farmers and volunteers fire fighters are working to get their state governments to change the way hazard reduction burns are conducted. A scientist says that while heavy fuel load contribute to the fires, climate change is also to blame and that will narrow the window for fuel reduction burns in the cooler months. Source: abc.net.au

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