Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash has posted a new photo on his official Instagram account, and he penned the first long captioned letter after a long time.

As we all know, Australia fires have been going on for weeks, and as a result, many people have died. In addition, the bushfire is still threatening the habitats.

Slash posted a photo of Australia, which taken from space. You can easily notice that the bushfire spread all over Australia. He also said that climate change was the cause of these bushfires.

Here’s what Slash captioned:

“Nearly 200 fires are still burning across the entire country of Australia, with smoke spreading across thousands of miles — affecting places as far as New Zealand, where ash has turned glaciers yellow.

More than 15 million acres of land has been scorched — 7x the 2019 Amazon fires and 3x the 2018 California fires. The death toll has climbed to at least 24 people and more than 1,200 homes have been destroyed.”

He continued:

“It’s estimated that 8000 koalas (one third of the koala population in New South Wales) have been killed –– a figure that is feared to be even higher as the fires continue. Due to their slow movement, koalas are more at risk as they’re unable to escape the flames.

These are the devastating effects of anthropogenic climate change. This is the slaughter of life, the destruction of nature and the loss of hope. Let’s make 2020 the year that we stand up for the climate. It’s time to speak up for the voiceless and take action for what is right.

Thankfully, conditions are beginning to ease as firefighters are gaining control over several dangerous fires. The awareness shared through social media has helped raise tens of millions of dollars, money which will help aid first responders and animal rescuers to do all they can to put an end to this nightmare.”

An Instagram user named hangtuahm commented and wrote this:

“If slash not posting weird stuff again that’s mean the world is not okay”

Another fan named skintera said this:

“Not to diminish the severity of the disaster, but this is a 3D render with exaggerated indications of where fires have been, not an actual photo… and this is why peoplw have problems trusting the media”

See the Instagram photo below.

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#Repost @nowspacetime ・・・ Nearly 200 fires are still burning across the entire country of Australia, with smoke spreading across thousands of miles — affecting places as far as New Zealand, where ash has turned glaciers yellow. More than 15 million acres of land has been scorched — 7x the 2019 Amazon fires and 3x the 2018 California fires. The death toll has climbed to at least 24 people and more than 1,200 homes have been destroyed. It's estimated that 8000 koalas (one third of the koala population in New South Wales) have been killed –– a figure that is feared to be even higher as the fires continue. Due to their slow movement, koalas are more at risk as they’re unable to escape the flames. These are the devastating effects of anthropogenic climate change. This is the slaughter of life, the destruction of nature and the loss of hope. Let’s make 2020 the year that we stand up for the climate. It’s time to speak up for the voiceless and take action for what is right. Thankfully, conditions are beginning to ease as firefighters are gaining control over several dangerous fires. The awareness shared through social media has helped raise tens of millions of dollars, money which will help aid first responders and animal rescuers to do all they can to put an end to this nightmare. Links to donate: www.rfs.nsw.gov.au/volunteer/support-your-local-brigade www.cfa.vic.gov.au www.givit.org.au www.cfsfoundation.org.au www.redcross.org.au www.koalahospital.org.au Photos by @anthony_hearsey #nowspacetime

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