That is, whether by indigenous methods of controlled burns in timely fashions to mitigate the decrease in fauna that allowsformassive forest load, or that symptom on its own (we've actively decreased those numbers for a very long time), gw comes in maybe third or fourth in terms of explanations even where it has relevance at all. Blaming gw for large fires strikes me as lazy more than hard hitting truth. There are many ways we've ####edup the environment (and people's lives too) on micro levels which, if we stopped doing, would be useful. Large forest fires will contribute to gw, but are not necessarily caused by them.
Same in Oz, where, though it was a factor in the spread of the big fires, because of the dry heat which happens anyway but the souther. Oscillation effect has become more prolonged over the past30 years) , but the bigger factor was absence of both large volumes of fauna and lack of controlled burns for a similiar and inb many cases longer period.
Arson also blamed there but given the conditions fires could have been started by a careless cigarette or broken glass as easily.
Same end lesson, we need to care for our land and environment. But the micro level of that perhaps more relevant if we wish to change that and not just placeblame .