Volunteer firefighters from overseas are flocking to the United State to help in relief efforts in the wake of the wildfires raging in California.
A new study by The Washington Post, a nonprofit, nonprofit news organization, examined the volunteer firefighters’ numbers from overseas.
The organization has a mission to “enhance public understanding and action around the world on climate change and climate resilience,” according to its website.
In total, more than 50,000 volunteers from countries around the globe have pledged to help with disaster relief efforts.
The number of volunteer firefighters working in the U.S. has grown by about 40 percent since the fires broke out.
More than 30 countries are home to more than 100,000 volunteer firefighters, according to the Post.
The U.K. is the country with the largest volunteer population, with more than 13,000 people volunteering.
Australia has the second-largest number of volunteers, with about 12,000.
Brazil has the third-largest, with nearly 8,000 volunteering.
France is fourth, with roughly 6,000 members.
Germany is the fifth largest country, with just under 5,000, according the Post, with the U to the left of the European Union.
France and Italy are the biggest countries to have more than 5,500 volunteer firefighters.
Australia has more than 3,500.
The United Kingdom has about 1,000 workers.
The Post also identified seven U.N. member states with more volunteer firefighters: Australia, China, India, Italy, New Zealand, the U: The Post report said.
Australia is also home to the largest number of registered fire fighters, with 4,000 registered.
It has the highest proportion of volunteers in the world.
The Philippines is second.
India has the most, with 3,700 volunteers.
India is second only to the U., with about 1.3 million registered firefighters.
Italy is home to over 3,000 firefighters, the Post said.
The Republic of Ireland has more, with 2,800 registered firefighters, with 1,800 more volunteering.
The Netherlands has the lowest number of fire fighters in the country, only having about 1 percent.
Australia and India also have the highest volunteer population.
The UK has a volunteer fire service, with 8,300.
The United States is home the second largest volunteer fire force, with around 7,000 residents, the report said, but the United Kingdom is home with a volunteer force of only 1,200.
The U.A.E., with a population of just over 8 million people, has the largest proportion of registered firefighters in Europe, with an estimated 6,400 people volunteering there.
The EU has the smallest proportion of fire service workers, with less than 1,300 firefighters.
The number of U.F.O. workers in Australia, the EU and the U of A. are all around 1,500, the article said.
Australia, Italy and the EU are home of the largest U.C.F., with more at around 1.2 million.
The UK has around 1 million registered volunteers, the paper said.
Italy has more volunteers at around 2 million.
The largest number in the EU is Germany, with almost 6,500 registered volunteers.
The Netherlands is home of about 1 million fire service members, the study said.
Germany has around 2.5 million firefighters, Spain has around 3.3 and France has around 4.1 million.
China has around 6.6 million registered fire personnel.
The Philippines is home around 5 million firefighters.
France has around 5.6 and Spain has about 4.3.