Opinion

Conservative politicians should be at forefront of climate fight

By Cristina Talacko, Matt Edwards
Updated September 2 2021 - 12:56am, first published September 1 2021 - 7:25pm
The economic costs of climate inaction must be the focus now. Picture: Shutterstock

The findings from the biggest climate change survey in Australia's history, recently commissioned by the Australian Conservation Foundation, are incontrovertible: there is widespread support for climate change action, renewables and net zero by 2050. The polling has overpowered any trickle of doubt with a flood of naked truth, showing that the nation is more united than expected on what's been the most polarising issue amongst politicians.

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