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Greenhouse gas pollution contributes to an increase in global temperatures — elevating the risk, severity, and duration of forest fires.
Wildfires burned 9.8 MILLION ACRES in the U.S. during 2017.

Sources: The Climate Reality Project, National Interagency Fire Center

Greenhouse gas pollution contributes to an increase in global temperatures — elevating the risk, severity, and duration of forest fires.
Wildfires burned 9.8 MILLION ACRES in the U.S. during 2017.

Sources: The Climate Reality Project, National Interagency Fire Center
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