Robert Cooper (pictured), director at Cooper Professional Risks, is calling on the federal government to adequately respond to climate change, citing former federal governments’ inaction on the matter.
“Since we have had successive governments refusing to take part in reducing global emissions significantly enough, or to stand up to the big polluting countries like the USA and China and ask them to do much more because of certain vested interests, then we will need to learn to adapt to the changing climate,” he said. “I would like to see the government play a big role in this.”
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