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In the context of global warming, forest areas are hot in summer and warm in winter, rainfall is reduced, and the weather is relatively dry throughout the year. In recent years, there have been many large-scale fires, and in some areas, the rapid development of fires due to steep terrain has caused more serious losses year by year. When people or animals live near the fire area, they pose a threat to life and property. Protecting, maintaining and promoting the sustainable use of territorial ecosystems is our direction, ending forest fires and curbing the loss of biodiversity.
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