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Firefighter dies as Australia plans to adapt to wildfires

"This should be one of the important steps going forward", Morrison said.

Authorities issued new warnings and evacuation notices across south-east Australia today, as a return of hot weather fanned huge bushfires threatening several towns and communities. "Now all those things can change and that is perhaps the most powerful reminder that we have to stay vigilant".

The Australian bush has been burning for almost three months and the fires have killed 28 people, claimed 2,000 homes, and consumed millions of acres of land and wildlife.

The pollster Kevin Bonham said Morrison's plunge from 14 points ahead as preferred prime minister to four behind is "the equal second highest such loss in Newspoll history", after Paul Keating's 23% drop against John Hewson after the horror 1993 budget.

Firefighters throughout the region braced themselves for a long, rocky night.

The daughters of a firefighter hug him as he returns home, after fighting fires for 11 days, in Narrawallee, New South Wales, Australia January 6, 2020.

Fire crews were preparing for what they believe will be a hard night as the wind shifts and ramps up to 50 miles per hour. "We have been warned that we could be there until the morning".

A second "mega-blaze" has formed in the state of New South Wales that formed when three smaller fires joined together. A third of the island has already been destroyed by fires. "What have you done when the kids are crying?", she said on Friday.

"We are a public service family and believe in doing all the good we can", Autumn Snyder said. But I would hate to achieve that.

In both states there have been gusts of wind that have exceeded 90 kilometres per hour, while temperatures have reached 44 degrees in some areas. In an interview, the Australian PM said that there is obviously a need for a national review of the bushfire response.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged A$2 billion ($1.4 billion) to a newly created National Bushfire Recovery Agency.

Thousands of Australians took to the streets in nine cities in Australia on Friday to protest the government's inaction on climate change and the bushfire crisis.

"We want to reduce emissions and do the best job we possibly can and get better and better at it", he said.

Another firefighter was killed in the fight against the Australian forest fire crisis, and the Prime Minister said on Sunday that his government had adapted to the fire risk from climate change and increased its resilience. "The links and implications here have been acknowledged".

In addition, in the midst of an unprecedented fires, which introduced a new category of threat of fire danger - catastrophic, Morrison left on vacation to Hawaii.

Mr Morrison's federal government has actually encountered examination over its plans on environment modification. It's events like this that may well hasten the extinction process for a range of other species. The figure includes mammals, birds and reptiles, but not frogs, insects or invertebrates.

But it was the government's "uncontested" advice and position that climate change was impacting on longer, hotter, drier summer seasons.

The Australian government last year approved the construction of a new coal mine in Queensland by Adani that is expected to produce 8-10 million tonnes of thermal coal a year.

American firefighters arrive in Australia and get cheered at the airport

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