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Australia Labor not ‘running dead’ on climate change

10:00  26 september  2019
10:00  26 september  2019 Source:

'Eco-anxiety' growing among climate kids

  'Eco-anxiety' growing among climate kids "Psychologists are treating a wave of children as young as 10 who are paralysed by climate change fear-mongering." - The Daily TelegraphThe Daily Telegraph's Lucy Hughes Jones said, "as a millennial, I think climate change is a topic worth worrying about.

Climate change is a global challenge that has no borders and to combat it requires coordinated work by all countries. In these pages, we tackle the subject from an objective, scientific viewpoint, discussing the causes and consequences of climate change and how it should be tackled.

KINGSTON, R.I. - Climate change is the sickness of our civilization, and the prognosis is bleak. Of the creatures that may live, mankind is not among them. We’ll run out of food and water. McPherson believes that the effects of climate change are exponentially progressive and irreversible based on

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has indicated he will “take the fight” to the government when it comes to climate change policy, according to Sky News Political Editor David Speers.

Labor MP Amanda Rishworth has called on the government to be “bold and brave” and to “stop being controlled by the climate deniers” after a startling environmental report revealed sea levels could rise by more than a metre by next century.

The Member for Kingston, who said she has 31 kilometres of beach in her electorate, told Sky News the people she speaks to are “very concerned about the future” and “concerned about climate change”. “

There have been too many climate deniers in their own ranks… we need leadership from this government when it comes to climate action.”

Coastal flooding that was previously seen once every century could become a yearly occurrence by 2050, according to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Under the best-case scenario outlined by the report, sea levels could rise by 30-60 centimetres, however it is possible that sea levels could rise by more than a metre by 2100.

Brisbane climate protestors a ‘danger to themselves and others’ .
The Advertiser’s Caleb Bond has echoed calls for climate change protestors causing commotion in Brisbane to be stripped of their welfare, saying if they are “being funded by the taxpayer”, their first priority “is to go and get a job”. Extinction Rebellion activists in Brisbane have caused major delays and disruption by gluing themselves to roads and chaining themselves to fencing, actions that Mr Bond said are causing "danger to themselves” and “danger to other people”.“It is not okay behaviour,” he said. “Anything we can do as a society and as a government to stop them from doing it, we should be exercising.

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