Hong Kong | Monday, November 28, 2022 Australia will continue to see a spike in extreme rainfalland heat, as well as more dangerous fire events, its government agencies warnedWednesday. TheCommonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and theBureau of Meteorology of Australia stated in a biennial climate report thatthey had lately discovered “an increase in high heat events, intense heavyrainfall, prolonged fire seasons, and sea level rise.” The agencies warned that because the changes are occurringmore quickly, Australia would face increased pressure to move its economy awayfrom fossil fuels. According to Michael Robertson, director of agriculture andfood at CSIRO, “the threats brought on by climate change, includingextreme rainfall, droughts, heatwaves, and bushfires, are already havingwidespread effects on Australia’s agricultural industry, affecting foodproduction and supply chains.” Australian agricultural productslike beef, wine, sugar, cotton, and wool are among the top exports in theworld. It is renowned for having an abundance of natural resources, includingcoal, gas, and iron ore. According to Michael Battaglia,director
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