Fire seasons began 1 month early in 2016 – scientist

RT America

Published on May 26, 2016

Climate change has been a major topic at the G7 summit in Japan, with talks centered on carbon emissions. But a potentially more dangerous chemical is being leaked into the atmosphere: methane, which warms the atmosphere and dries up the northern forests, making them more prone to fire as seen recently in Alberta, Canada. For more on this, conservation biologist Reese Halter joins RT America’s Manila Chan.

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