Climate experts normally alert countries on the hazardous effects of global warming caused by humans activities depleting the ozone layer; and especially in Greece, there have been warnings of impending fires.
According to the department of climate change in Greece, in recent times, the country has been trying to figure out ways to conserve its buoyant ecosystem.
It has been no news that Greece has suffered from an intense and incessant wildfire outbreak in forests and which has been tagged as an ecological disaster by Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Prime Minister of Greece.
Experts fault the Greece government for whatever have stirred the fires in the first place, alluding to the little acknowledgement of the ecosystem to its evidence in bad structures and no stable policies to see to the protection of the forests in such cases.
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So many wildfire outbreaks sprung in the latter days of July at Athens, Rhodes, Peloponnese and Evia, and this came as a shock to authorities in Greece.
According to the European Forest Information System, the loss of an estimate of a hundred thousand hectares of land to the intense fires happens to be marked as the biggest loss of land since the year 2007.
The fires have been so dastardly that they have caused loss of lives for living organisms in the forest, while those that were able to flee have been denied their natural habitat; a case of wildfire on a mountain is taking firefighters the second day to quench.
According to Efthymis Lekkas who is a professor, the Greek government had not made emergency roads for fire outbreaks because they did not see its political relevance; while now to recover the loss, the government would have to spend five billion dollars.
Furthermore, Diana Bell who teaches in a British university, says the fires are certain to stir a huge loss as far as the extinction of certain species is concerned; especially as Greece is home to various endangered species that are rarely found elsewhere.