Russia forest fire damage worst since records began, says Greenpeace

pexels-pixabay-266487

Russia has endured its worst forest fire season in the country’s modern history, according to recent data from the Russian Forestry Agency analysed by Greenpeace.

Fires have destroyed more than 18.16m hectares of Russian forest in 2021, setting an absolute record since the country began monitoring forest fires using satellites in 2001. The previous record was set in 2012, when fires covered 18.11m hectares of forest.

Facebook
Twitter
Email
LinkedIn

Attack on the capitol

On a chilly January day, the angry mob gathered at the heart of the world’s largest empire on Capitol Hill in front of the capitol

Read More