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Wildfires Keep Pockets Warm

Pious official rhetoric burns incandescently. World Environment Days come and go. Meanwhile, our hillside verdure routinely turns to cinder. Why?

Wildfires Keep Pockets Warm

And It Burns— A forest fire in Uttarakhand’s Sattal area
Wildfires Keep Pockets Warm
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2021-06-11T15:04:19+05:30

Fire Alerts

  • 3,86,804 January 1-June 5, 2021
  • 1,43,489 in 2020
  • 2,10,074 in 2019

*National figures by Forest Survey of India

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