Ryan-Mark Parsons' proposal has been called "gross" and "sick."
The fires that have devastated Australia began in September. Since then, millions of hectares of land have burned.
Some zoos are even capitalizing on their animals to raise money for those in need across the world.
"Australia. Our hearts and thoughts are with you," Koch wrote in a Twitter post.
Bella Oakley, from Leicestershire in England, said she wanted to do her bit to help animals injured in the wildfires ravaging Australia.
Since September last year, hundreds of fires have burned millions of hectares in Australia, leaving at least 28 people dead.
Waller-Bridge took to eBay to auction the outfit she wore at the 77th annual Golden Globes that will be up for grabs until Monday, January 20.
"Aggressive efforts to eliminate ignition sources and suppress wildfires will be critical to conserve southern Amazon forests," said the authors of a new study.
To be sure you have updated and accurate information, it's best to visit websites for each state's fire service.
Nationwide, tens of thousands of Australians took to the street on Friday, calling for Prime Minister Scott Morrison's resignation over what they view as his lackadaisical response to climate change
Australia's wildfires have already burned more than 17 million acres of land and are expected to continue for months.
As devastating wildfires continue to burn across Australia, the priority is on emergency response. But for long-term recovery, tourism will play a vital role.
Fires in the country have burned more than 8 million hectares and killed at least 24 people.
The Country Fire Service warned people on the island, where two people have already died, that "heat from the fire will kill you."
The Queensland man said: "All that was left of the home was a few charred teacups."
Morrison has been criticized for his response to the blazes which have scorched more 10.7 million hectares of land.
The actress is best known for playing inmate Lorna Morello in the hit Netflix dramedy, which ended in 2019.
The fires have been raging for months and they could still be far from over.
New South Wales police say a total of 183 people, including 40 juveniles, face criminal charges linked to the wildfires.
As bushfires continue to ravage the country, Australia's Defence Force is in a rush against time to bury dead livestock and wild animals killed by the flames.
Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott was part of a strike team that was first to arrive on a street where every home was saved from flames.
Meanwhile, other celebrities shared emotional social media posts about the crisis.
New South Wales Conservation Council spokesman James Tremain said the destruction of habitats meant animals like the koala would have nothing to eat.
According to ecologist Chris Dickman, from Sydney University, nearly 500 million birds, reptiles and mammals are likely to have perished in New South Wales alone.
A Canberra, Australia woman collapsed after disembarking from a plane at Canberra Airport and later died, allegedly due to inhaling smoke from Australian wildfires.
Vulnerable because they move so slowly, around 8,000 koalas have died in the fires in New South Wales.
Other residents heckled the prime minister, who has been criticized for a perceived lackluster response to the crisis.
Forecasts say that "increased temperatures and winds forecast for Saturday" could result in "significant fire movement."
Activists are placing the blame on climate change, but the Australian government says there is no correlation between the country's emissions output and an increased fire risk.
Significant fire outbreaks in the Amazon, Australia and the Arctic Circle—among others—made headlines around the world this year.