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Don’t mention the emergency?

Climate change or climate emergency? At a Renew Melbourne branch meeting, clinical psychologist and climate activist Jane Morton explained that the language we use is important.

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Building Ministers’ decision to advance energy provisions for new homes is an important step in the right direction.

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