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According to the European Forest Fire. . In the decade before 2016, around 48,000 forest fires burned 457,000 hectares annually across the five southern European nations where wildfires are most prevalent: Spain,.

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Fires in 2003 devoured more than 8,000 hectares of land in Las Hurdes and blazes in the same area burned through more than 5,000 hectares last July.

In France as a whole, wildfires destroyed over 62,000 hectares from the start of the year to 3 September, six times the full-year average for 2006-2021, according to EFFIS data.

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Reducing the intensity of forest management increases carbon sequestration in forests.

At least 21 people have died in wildfires in Russia’s Ural mountains, state media reported. According to data from the European Forest Fire Information System (Effis), 659,541 hectares (1.

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A total of 493 fires destroyed a record 307,000 hectares in Spain last year, according to the European Forest Fire Information System.