Australia: Climate change is spoken of in hushed tones, but it wasn’t always this way

Guardian: There is a term that is not generally used in polite company in the bush. That term is climate change. To an outsider’s eyes, it might seem to be counterintuitive. Here are people whose living is mostly dependent on the vagaries of the weather. Yet you will hear more conversation about climate change at a city dinner party than a lazy Sunday afternoon lunch in the bush. The publicly reported attitudes to climate change in rural Australia have been just as confusing. That is, rural Australians......

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