We can have endless discussions. Or we can stop wringing our hands and take action.
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The villain is all of us.
And more than 500,000 of them are dying each year as a result, according to a new UNICEF report.
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As South Australian emergency workers seek to restore order to a state battered by extreme weather and an energy system unable to cope, plunging 70000 people into darkness, we need to ask why the Australian government isn’t better prepared to deal with the type of extreme weather climate scientists have been warning of for years.
Coming from the Financial Times, that's a sobering wake-up call.
By Kevin Rudd and Audrey Choi World leaders are gathering in New York today to sign the Paris Agreement on climate change, committing to keep average global temperature within 2°C above pre-indust...