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Flat White

What do we really know about the IPCC?

19 July 2022

10:00 AM

19 July 2022

10:00 AM

Having concluded the latest Climate Change talk-fest – the United Nations COP26 in 2021 in Glasgow – the confected outburst of ‘unprecedented’ events has achieved little in the world of public opinion.

In the real world of Australia, the unusual January 2022 combination of bushfires in the West, cyclones in the North, flooding in the East, and snow in the South, failed to rekindle ‘unprecedented’ commentary from the media.

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