It’s been about two years since the Australian bushfires, and their devastation to the ozone layer and global climate is still not to be underestimated. Fortunately, the La Nina weather this year has helped to slow down the likelihood of the bushfires happening again.
Despite that, the government and lawmakers are still discussing changes to the laws that will affect the natural environment and people in the aftermath of the bushfires.

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Produced By: Andrew Herlinger

Featured In Story: Phillipa McCormack, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Adelaide

First aired on The Wire, Wednesday 7 December 2022