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Fires in Australia, the premier: we will Face climate change but do not cut off the coal industry
Australia is struggling for three months with a serious fire emergency, which has caused nine deaths, hundreds of homes destroyed, and millions of hectares of scorched earth. Balmoral, the village of 400 inhabitants in the south west of Sydney, has been completely destroyed by the flames out of control, while in the Country were the rage of the criticisms of the government, unable to take the countermeasures necessary to address the emergency. Despite the recognition of the correlation between climate change and increased fire, the premier Scott Morrison warned that it will not make the cuts "reckless" on the coal industry.

In an interview with the Seven Network on Monday morning, the conservative prime minister has explained that, "I will Not blot out the work of thousands of australians moving away from traditional industries". Answering questions on how to deal with the rise in temperatures, Morrison explained that Australia will not engage in "objectives of reckless and destructive to the work." Morrison has ensured that the Country will reach the emission targets set for 2030, "dealing responsibly with the climate change". But for the critics and for the labour party to the opposition this is not enough.
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