Floods can help Australia rise toward adaptation to climate change

Christian Science Monitor: The Queensland floods and other recent record-breaking weather events can help push Australia further toward becoming a world leader in adapting to the predicted effects of global warming. Australians have long talked of their continent as “a land of droughts and flooding rains,” a geographic fact that also accounts for their high resiliency during a weather crisis. But record rainfalls in the northeast, coming after a long drought in the south, are pushing this nation to do more than talk......

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