Industrials, Automotive Jun 27, 2022 11:40 PM (GMT+8) · EqualOcean
According to the report released by the Italian farmers' Association, the largest agricultural operator organization in Italy, based on the data provided by the European forest fire information system, in the past six months, more than 9000 hectares of land in Italy were burned down by fire, more than twice the average data in previous years. The serious drought in the summer of this year exacerbated the potential fire hazards. According to the report, Italy is experiencing a heat wave as high as 40 ℃, and fires in many regions have doubled. Sardinia and Sicily have sounded fire warnings. According to the data, the average cost per hectare of land in Italy for extinguishing fires, cleaning up and rebuilding the ecological and economic environment exceeds 10000 euros. The report points out that the rainfall in Italy has decreased by half on average compared with last year, and the precipitation in the Po River Basin, which bears one third of the country's crop production, is less.