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JB Dec 9
Good air quality is 66 on the air quality index. 200 is hazardous. This is 2,214 in Macquarie Park
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Emily MacDonald Dec 9
The view in October. The view today.
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𝓶𝓲𝓪 IS SEEING LOUIS◟̽◞̽ Dec 9
if you wanted to know what the end of the world looks like, here’s some pictures of NSW’s current state:
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Lincoln Dec 9
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Melisa Henderson Dec 4
The thick smoke in Sydney today, versus a normal day 😷
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The Shovel Dec 9
Morrison Finally Responds To Sydney Smoke Crisis By Announcing Religious Discrimination Bill
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Dallas Grasby Dec 9
I love the smell of government in the morning
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State Library of NSW Dec 9
If you're in the city and looking to escape the smoke, the Library is open to everyone. We have wifi, quiet spaces to work and read and some great exhibitions to check out.
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david rowe 24h
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WITH INTEGRITY Australia Candles Dec 9
Another hazardous air quality today in Sydney. I’ve never seen it like this before. Stay safe and indoors.
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Hayden Timothy 23h
Sydney summer 2019. 😷 Here’s our Christmas message to Scott Moron-son & everyone else who continues to obstruct any action on climate change. 🔥🌏🌪
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Rami Mandow 🏳️‍🌈 Dec 9
Today it seems like the worst from all days that our city is chocking with smoke. This is 6:30am and sunrise. Normally I have a clear view to all the buildings in the city (only 3km away). I woke up to my throat burning inside my bedroom. 30+ days like this.
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theloneisobar Dec 9
Bushfire smoke over Manly Beach, Sydney this morning. 📸 Lawrie Wilson
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David Ritter Dec 9
The sun is red and the is thick in the sky this morning. Vast areas of the country are ablaze. So, what should our political leaders do in the crisis? Here are seven suggestions:
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Sally McManus Dec 9
Here is some context to today’s highest Air Quality Index reading of 2100 in Sydney. The city coming in second is New Delhi on 670. No one should be working outside unless you are emergency services
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Nine.com.au Dec 9
See the Sydney smoke haze go from bad to worse today, making it virtually impossible to see the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
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Solo Monk Dec 4
The only reason coal & petrol made us think it's cheap is because the bill is sent to the future. If they'd bear the full costs they'd be bankrupt a long time ago. This is the future:
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Peter Murphy Dec 9
This is Sydney Harbour right now! Lends a whole new meaning to that Tourism Australia ad campaign. ”Where The Bloody Hell Are You?” indeed !!! Image credit: .
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Greenpeace Aus Pac Dec 9
Sydney is covered again in a thick layer of toxic smoke from fires burning across the state. The climate crisis is making bushfires worse and is harming people's health *right now*. This is . Please stay safe out there <3
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Van Badham 23h
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