Opinion

Climate change is truly a matter of law

By Jann Gilbert
May 15 2024 - 5:30am

In 2019 climate change arrived at my front door - with a bang, not a whimper - when mine was one of 126 homes destroyed by bushfire in the remote wilderness town of Mallacoota. Encircled by Croajingolong National Park, it's one of the last remaining totally wild areas in the country, supporting high terrestrial and marine biodiversity. Or at least, it did.

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