Fires: not more numerous in Europe today than yesterday

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Fires: not more numerous in Europe today than yesterday




by Exnihiloest » 23/08/21, 11:38

 
The fires in Greece were instrumentalized by climate-warming propaganda, when it was the negligence of the Greek public authorities that was at the origin: only 14.000 firefighters with an average age> 45 years, dilapidated equipment (lances water holes, trucks more than ten years old), 74 bombers and helicopters of which only twenty can fly at the same time, forestry services also lacking resources for fire prevention.

The fires in Europe have not increased, they have even decreased, even if it is with a significant annual variation.
This very comprehensive European study from the period 1980-2019 attests to it:
https://www.euneighbours.eu/sites/defau ... 281%29.pdf

Table of the evolution of fires in the "southern" countries: Portugal + Spain + France + Italy + Greece:

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by Rajqawee » 23/08/21, 11:44

Question on the fly: would the possible deforestation in these areas significantly impact these volumes?
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by Christophe » 23/08/21, 11:46

In Europe maybe except that the planet is not Europe ...

Your stats are 2 years behind and are not global ...

The Australian mega fires of late 2019 early 2020 date from just before COVID which made us forget the basics ... as they were mastered in 2020 they were probably not counted on 2019 (anyway your limiting stats, like your mind, would not have them account)...

To refresh your memory: man-made-natural-disasters / fires-in-australia-were-preventable-t16287.html
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by Christophe » 23/08/21, 11:52

Exnihiloest wrote:The fires in Europe have not increased, they have even decreased, even if it is with a significant annual variation.


Your manipulative stats don't smell good: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feux_de_b ... _Australie

As of January 14, 2020, reports show approximately 18,6 million hectares (186 km000) burned, 5 buildings destroyed (including 900 homes) and at least 2 dead. ... In addition, at least 779 people are killed by smoke inhalations, and some 34 are hospitalized.

So we are waiting for your global stats please. Thank you !

ps: not understood the distinction 34 deaths and 445 deaths ??? : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:
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by Christophe » 23/08/21, 11:55

Exnihiloest wrote:The fires in Europe have not increased, they have even decreased,


In California :



Already posted on: man-made-natural-disasters / fires-in-australia-were-preventable-t16287.html
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 23/08/21, 12:37

Rajqawee wrote:Question on the fly: would the possible deforestation in these areas significantly impact these volumes?

It's just that in the same places, it can't burn out every year ... Blédina is still drowning in her mush.
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by sen-no-sen » 23/08/21, 13:35

Overall there is less fire (-24%) than 20 years ago in France ... This results from the fact that a forest cannot burn every year (as mentioned by Guy) on the one hand and that we have a better capacity to fight against fires (in particular in terms of detection and speed of treatment of the outbreaks of fires).
Globally, the situation is more delicate. There is a clear upward trend in many regions: Siberia, Canada, Australia, which must also be put into perspective with massive deforestation in particularly tropical regions (as a reminder a forest that no longer exists cannot burn!)
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by ABC2019 » 23/08/21, 14:11

sen-no-sen wrote:Globally, the situation is more delicate. There is a clear upward trend in many regions: Siberia, Canada, Australia, which must also be put into perspective with massive deforestation in particularly tropical regions (as a reminder a forest that no longer exists cannot burn!)

do you have curves to show us?
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by Christophe » 23/08/21, 14:13

ABC2019 wrote:do you have curves to show us?


California's not enough for you?

18,6 million hectares (186 km000) burned

Are you not enough?
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by ABC2019 » 23/08/21, 14:41

Christophe wrote:
ABC2019 wrote:do you have curves to show us?


California's not enough for you?

18,6 million hectares (186 km000) burned

Are you not enough?

well no I do not know how many there were at the beginning of the century me !!!

and you ?
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