The provisional data obtained based on the Forest Fire Information Management System (SGIF), shows that 103,332 hectares burned, 51% in forests, 39% in bush and 10% in agricultural area.
Since the beginning of the year, 9,100 occurrences have been registered, according to the same numbers, published on the ICNF website.
The report indicates that, compared to the history of the previous 10 years, until the 15th, there were 12% fewer rural fires but 30% more burned area.
The only positive hope for Portugal is to pack those socialists and communists off to a far-away-land and sell the place to the Nordics. Then there would be real land management, real health care and education for all - and that includes civil education which the Portuguese do not have.
By S from Other on 24 Aug 2022, 16:57
Your comment is so revealing of the colonial European mindset, it should be framed for future generations. Thank you, “S from Other”, that´s precious, lol
By guida from Lisbon on 25 Aug 2022, 06:55