Australia: Farmer attitudes to climate change across generations

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: The nation's farmers could be considered the sentinels of climate change; they are more attuned than most to long-term changes in weather patterns. But many of them are yet to be convinced that man-made climate change is real, arguing that floods and droughts are cyclical and extreme temperatures are nothing new. It is a view some younger producers are now challenging and they are reshaping their farming practices to suit the changing climate. Josh Gilbert's family has farmed at Nabiac in......

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