Explainer: Back burning and fuel reduction

What are the British, Australian, and New Zealand governments doing to stop air pollution?

Explainer: Back burning and fuel reduction

Postby swiper » Fri Aug 15, 2014 4:05 am

"Finally, a serious side effect is smoke pollution, which can briefly fumigate nearby communities. Because of these constraints, attention is increasingly being focused on managing fuel without burning. This can involve using herbivores and thinning vegetation, including burning the debris in specially designed portable furnaces that have low smoke emissions."

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