The enormous forest fire that attacked Fort McMurray, the hub of Alberta’s oil sands region, is part of a broader phenomenon of fires ravaging forests in northern latitudes worldwide, some of which can be blamed on climate change, scientists say.
The enormous forest fire that attacked Fort McMurray, the hub of Alberta’s oil sands region, is part of a broader phenomenon of fires ravaging forests in northern latitudes worldwide, some of which can be blamed on climate change, scientists say. Ian Willms The New York Times
The enormous forest fire that attacked Fort McMurray, the hub of Alberta’s oil sands region, is part of a broader phenomenon of fires ravaging forests in northern latitudes worldwide, some of which can be blamed on climate change, scientists say. Ian Willms The New York Times

Scientists suspect global warming is a factor in the rise of northern wildfires

May 11, 2016 07:35 PM