Australia fires: Climate change increases the risk of wildfires - BBC News
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UK scientists say the recent fires in Australia are a taste of what the world will experience as temperatures rise.
Prof Richard Betts from the Met Office Hadley Centre said we are "seeing a sign of what would be normal conditions under a future warming world of 3C".
While natural weather patterns have driven recent fires, researchers said it's "common sense" that human-induced heating is playing a role.
Last year was Australia's warmest and driest year on record.
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UK researchers have carried out a rapid analysis of the impact of climate change on the risk of wildfires happening all over the world. Their study looked at 57 research papers published since the last major review of climate science came out in 2013.