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Australia’s costly failure to address global warming risk mitigation

Paul Richards 13 Jan 2020, Failing to address global warming risk mitigation was always going be costly.

The sooner there is something started, the less it will cost.

From this perspective, the cost has already been far too high;

• 27 human deaths and
• 2,000 homes have been destroyed across
• 103,000 sq km [10.3 million hectares] burned out where a
• 1 billion wild mammals, birds and reptiles have perished

Bushfires started in late September 2019, and it will go until early April 2020, and that is just one extreme type of climate change event.

January 13, 2020 - Posted by | AUSTRALIA - NATIONAL, climate change - global warming

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