Inconvenient truths for our coal-cuddling PM

1 March 2019

Australia this week farewelled its hottest summer on record and entered autumn with heatwave warnings across the southern part of the continent. And if you happen to be the Prime Minister famous for posing in Parliament holding a lump of coal, there was worse news to come.
The Bureau of Meteorology forecast that the outlook for all of autumn is for unusually warm and dry conditions. Which will keep the weather in the news all the way to election day and dismay farmers. But this can't have anything to do with the mythical beast known as "climate change", can it?

Read the full Sydney Morning Herald article by Peter Hartcher including commentary by Prof Frank Jotzo and Prof John Hewson.

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