Global warming likely to reduce rainfall in western Australia

Economic Times: Global warming is "likely" to reduce rainfall in the western Australian states, according to a top climate change official of the country today. "The evidence is very strong that there is a climate change link to south-western Australia's rainfall hanges," Blair Comley, the Secretary of the Department of Climate Change, told the Senate estimates hearing, according to AAP. Scientific findings showed a 90 per cent probability of higher temperatures affecting south-western Australia, Comely said,......

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