Hollywood celebrities express concern over deadly fires in Australia

What parts of Australia They've been burning for a while now, it's not news. Reports have emerged on the massive loss of homes and properties. In fact, it is said that thousands of animals perished in the fires that ravaged parts of the country. Several Hollywood celebrities have shown concern about forest fires and have been posting about this on social media. With the fires still burning in New south Wales and the winds show no signs of slowing down, the threat remains high. During the weeks, 19 people reportedly died and more than 1,400 homes were completely destroyed. Firefighters have been working 24 hours to put out the fires and it is estimated that the number of victims of destruction may increase significantly.

Hollywood celebrities, who have expressed concern include Kim Kardashian West, Leonardo Dicaprio , Russell Crowe , Minogue Kylie & Naomi watts among others.

While DiCaprio wrote, ‘ Australia ns are saving koalas from deadly bushfires #Regram #RG @WorldEconomicForum: 350 koalas have been killed in blazes near Port Macquarie. #environment #koalas #wildlife #bushfires #australia’, Kylie wrote, ‘Humbled by the extraordinary efforts of the emergency services & volunteers in the ongoing bushfire crisis in Australia @redcrossau @nswrfs @CFA_Updates @CFSAlerts @WIRES_NSW .’

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This is my mother-in-law's house. It's scary. They are scared. They need your help. International donations can be made through the link in my biography.

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#Regram #RG @gretathunberg: Australia is on fire. And the summer there has only just begun. 2019 was a year of record heat & record drought. Today the temperature outside Sydney was 48,9°C. 500 million (!!) animals are estimated dead because of the bushfires. Over 20 people have died & thousands of homes have burned to ground. The fires have spewed 2/3 of the nations national annual CO2 emissions, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. The smoke has covered glaciers in distant New Zealand (!) making them warm & melt faster because of the albedo effect. And yet. All of this still has not resulted in any political action. Because we still fail to make the connection between the climate crisis & increased extreme weather events & nature disasters like the # Australia Fires That has to change. And it has to change now. My thoughts are with the people of Australia & those affected by these devastating fires.

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Like all of us. My heart is breaking. Our country is on fire beyond anything we’ve ever seen. Our people & animals need help. One thing I love about Aussies, we always have each other’s backs... We will rebuild & help everyone in need.❤️ What absolute legends the brave men & women fighting these fires are. One thing I know... We will help the people rebuild ❤️ stay strong legends & hang in there 🙌❤️ you have so much love. Donate to @redcrossau @salvosau @wireswildliferescue until we can help more. Australia is right behind you. ❤️

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Imagine being this little boy escaping to the water—the only safe place for hundreds of kilometres, watching your house, town & country burn. Had this have happened 10 years ago this would have been me. Watching my home burn from across the sea I feel helpless but there are ways we can all help. The fact that it was hottest year & driest year in Australia n history is a major catalyst for this disaster. The warming of the earth & the current imbalance of nature due to human activity is the underlying issue here. We’ve seen far too many extreme natural disasters in such a short period of time to be able to prove otherwise. Climate change is real & we must DEMAND world leaders who prioritize the earth over economics. Scott Morrison I’m looking at you right now! Please respect nature. Especially the nature under your watch. Putting a donation link in my bio & story today.

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My heart is absolutely breaking for our country. For all the lives lost, homes lost & wildlife killed. So incredibly proud of Australia rallying together to do what ever we can to help those affected by the fires. A huge thank you to the incredibly brave firefighters & volunteers who are helping to save our country. Below is a list of ways to donate, no matter how big or small every bit counts. Red Cross Aus - @redcrossau Rural Fire Services - @nswrfs Save the animals - @wireswildliferescue

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This was my last eve in Byron, NSW, Australia . To get a sense of how beautiful the wildlife regularly sounds... Please turn up the volume. The fires have been truly horrendous. It’s so upsetting & worrying. So much wildlife already lost. And still much of the summer ahead. My heart goes out to those who’ve lost loved ones & homes. Big gratitude to the brave firemen who literally haven’t stopped during the holidays!! 🙏 Heartbroken for all the animals, plants & land... 🙏 for rain 🌧 #tbt ❤️🇦🇺

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