Opinion

Rural and remote Australia should be the heart of the nation when it comes to fighting climate change

By David Shearman
March 15 2022 - 6:25pm
Governments can no longer ignore that the bottom line for much of our economy is the survival of our soil. Picture: Shutterstock

The ACM readers' election survey recently sought the views of non-city-dwellers from regional and rural Australia. Their most important concerns were the environment, climate change, health and leadership, the absence of which is now palpably obvious from the ineffective preparation for extreme weather events, particularly the devastating east coast floods.

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