Everything Is Dying and Damaged Because Of The Fires In Australia, So Help Them With Hazel Peele!

Contributed And Written By: Tc Farrand

The devastating fires in Australia have caused catastrophic events in thousands of individuals’ lives. It is sad to see that so many people have to essentially start their lives all over again. Seeing the damage that it is doing to not only people, but the ecological system is putting more people on edge. Australia is a fantastic country with its vast businesses and interesting atmosphere. However, due to the fires, so many people and animals are struggling to survive.

The Fires Are Not Stopping!

The fires are not showing signs of stopping because of the consistent amount of drought and heat.

According to CNN, “At least 28 people have died nationwide, and in the state of New South Wales (NSW) alone, more than 3,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged. State and federal authorities are struggling to contain the massive blazes, even with firefighting assistance from other countries, including the United States.”

The sad part is that most of the fires have not been put out and they are still burning, which means that more homes and businesses are looking to be ruined.

What Area Are Being Attacked The Most?

Currently, New South Wales is the area most affected by the fires. The fire that is surrounding the area has already destroyed over two thousand homes. But that is only just one area. Victoria is yet another area that was hit the worst, causing over a million of acres to burn down and people evacuated to shelters seeking assistance.

BBC voiced, “The Australian capital Canberra – part of an administrative region surrounded by NSW – has seen some of the worst smoke pollutions, with air quality rated the third worst of all major global cities on 3 January, according to Swiss-based group AirVisual.”

So it’s not just homes that are touched and demolished due to this disaster. The fires did not just cause because of humans, although some were, a lot of them were created due to the high heat and lightning hitting the parched vegetation.

To view proof of a lot of the affected areas, view some satellite pictures on Earth Observatory, where they express, “Fires are burning so fiercely that they are lofting smoke to unusual heights. Nearly one-third of the island appears to have burned.”

Thousands of people are getting together to help, but it’s still not enough to manage the fires and help the people.

Forbes declared, “Michael Mann, Director of the Earth System Science Center at Pennsylvania State University, said, “If anything, 2019 saw even more profound extreme weather events around the world than [2018], including wildfires from the Amazon through to the Arctic, devastating out-of-season, simultaneous wildfires in California and Australia, winter heatwaves and devastating superstorms. With each day now we are seemingly reminded of the cost of climate inaction in the form of ever-threatening climate change-spiked weather extremes.” 

What About The Animals In Australia?

Billions of animals like koalas, bees, and honeyeaters are struggling to find resources and new ways to survive in the country.

WSJ articulated, “Australia’s bush fires are threatening the country’s unique wildlife—from koalas to native birds to bees—and researchers fear that some species are being pushed to the brink of extinction.”

This is putting the fear of an economic calamity at risk for not just Australia, but also the rest of the world. If one is of our world is hurting, the rest gets affected in some form or fashion. So it is our job to get this taken care of now before it gets worse.

The fires have killed a minimum of five hundred million animals, based on the ones found. The number is only increasing and getting worse as the fires continue to burn.

The USA concerned to the public, “Emergency airlifts, scorched koalas, hazardous air quality – wildfires raging across Australia have taken a devastating toll on the nation, and the blazes could be burning for months to come. The bushfires, which have been burning since September, have killed at least 25 people, destroyed 2,000 homes and killed an estimated 500 million animals. In all, about 15 million acres have burned across the country – an area roughly the size of West Virginia.”

So yes, the animals are hurting, the fires are still burning, and people are losing everything.

What Can Be Done About The Fires In Australia With Hazel Peele?

The best fashion to get the fires under control is to provide help in any way you can. Many companies and charities are getting together to help with funds as well as a diverse group of musicians, like Hazel Peele and The Musicians of the World.

The Australian Academy Of Science commented, “Bushfires, along with other weather and climate challenges, pose complex and wide-ranging problems. Population growth, climate change, temperature extremes, droughts, storms, wind, and floods are intersecting in ways that are difficult to untangle and address.” And rather than calling for changing out individual politicians, the Academy calls for improved policies: “Everything, including urban planning; building standards; habitat restoration; biodiversity and species preservation; and land, water, and wildlife management will need careful and measured consideration.”

Therefore, you can help make a difference in helping the world you live in by helping out the charities and groups that are gathering tighter different forms of charity. If you do not have the time, then donate.

You don’t have to give up your whole paycheck, but a little bit from each person in the world can collect into a large sum that WILL make a difference in the country, as well as the atmosphere you live in. Hazel Peele is contributing, are you? If you want to help, but also want to get something special as a thank you, visit the website of the Musicians of the World, where you can get an entire line up of sensational songs with Hazel Peele that have been delegating to help with the fires.

They share, “Musicians around the world are raising money to support Australia’s firefighters. Artist bios and photos included. Your donation gives you a download of all songs. As well, you can access all music on the official Spotify playlist.”

Hazel Peele is recognized all around Australia, along with thousands of other musicians on this list. Radio stations who play free music in Australia are hurting, and what is a life without music?! See for yourself on what Issac Banks from Banks Radio shared!

A world without music, life, a positive atmosphere, a thriving economy, bountiful ecological systems, and happiness in any area is no way to survive or live. The album is only $10usd, the cost of a lunch for most people. So help them, as they would do the same for you!

Hazel Peele is on this list and cares about the community and the world. They believe that by helping out one person, can impact thousands. The musicians who have contributed to the list have not only given up their time, creativity, and awareness but are trying to make a difference in the world by giving back to you because you went out of your way to help.

Show Australia that you have a caring heart now, even if it is one track that you want to listen to here. If you have questions or concerns about this charity, please feel free to reach out to Hazel Peele about the Fires in Australia and how you can help now.

Our Band Hazel Peele Appreciates any and all support for this catastrophic event of the Fires In Australia!

Author: tcfarrand1

TC Farrand is a writer who quite literally loves to write. With years of experience as an educational and professional content creator, with a vast array of topics and interests in many subjects, TC’s research skills are truly superior. By taking the utmost pride in researching medical literature to enhance his own knowledge, his insights are very welcomed and happy to have his works on full display.

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