Climate change to shift hazard reduction burning, increasing smoke pollution risks, research finds

Kathryn Lewis
By Kathryn Lewis
Updated July 30 2020 - 9:03am, first published 4:30am
New research into the effects of climate change on hazard reduction burning found it will shift the periods it can be done. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos

Climate change could lead to a seasonal shift in hazard reduction burns which may expose greater issues of smoke pollution, new research has found.

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Kathryn Lewis

Kathryn Lewis

Canberra Times Journalist

I am a breaking and general news reporter. Contact me with tips or story ideas at kathryn.lewis@canberratimes.com.au

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