Wildfires in Greece have forced people to evacuate as the country struggles to deal with natural disasters.
On the Greek island of Evia, which produces a wide variety of foods, including olives, figs, and honey, wildfires forced residents and their pets to travel by boat to temporary shelters. “The past few days have been one of the most difficult in our country for decades,” said Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis. “We are facing an unprecedented natural disaster.” The cause of the fire is still unknown, although it is closely linked to climate change. Earth has already experienced 2.1 degrees Celsius since 1880, according to NASA, increasing the number of natural disasters and increasing the number of natural disasters. Wildfires are a major attraction. And hot waves keep crashing down hot, frequent, and long-lasting.
The paintings depict the courage of those fighting to extinguish the flames and the plight of the displaced, carrying their belongings and the animals injured or burned.