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Day 218

Thought it would be good practice to rewrite a portion of an environmental paper I wrote a bit ago...

While wildfires cannot be entirely eradicated, assessing the root of the problem would certainly make fires less recurrent across the world. Humans are ultimately one of the most substantial causes of wildfires, often accidentally. Therefore, in order to stop wildfires, we must do more to inform the general public of the risks. Although not all wildfires are man made, humans have a critical role in the frequency and severity of the fires. National parks in particular are like giant matchboxes waiting to be set ablaze.

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