Many countries in the world, including the US, are experiencing one of the least destructive years in a decade caused by forest fires, despite the constant fear-mongering and cherry-picking taking place among climate cultist politicians and media.
Official data from the European Commission indicates that, despite Canada having an anomalous year, many countries are quite in line with previous years — or even having fewer fires and less amounts of area burned than normal.
“Contrary to what you constantly hear in the media Global fire in 2023 has so far burned 𝙡𝙚𝙨𝙨 than normal,” said Bjørn Lomborg, Danish academic and environmental economist.
“Yes, the Americas burned much more, but surely the media should also tell you that Africa and Europe burned much less?” Lomgborg added.
Europe is also experiencing lows in the number of forest fires and the amount of area burned, when compared to the past ten years.
“Climate alarmists highlight all the places that burn and ignore the ever more places that don’t,” Lomborg said.
In Canada, politicians are regularly pointing to the devastating number of forest fires in Canada this year and claiming that they are the result of climate change — despite that fact that in 2020, Canada had the fewest amount of forest fires in its 41-year history of tracking them — and this includes the fewest amount of hectares burned.
Last week, Premier Danielle Smith was practically begged to blame climate change on the record breaking number of forest fires in Alberta — but she refused, noting that most of them were caused by humans.