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Climate change protests stretch to London as Australia bushfires rage

Reuters Friday, 10 January 2020
Thousands of Australians took to the streets on Friday to protest against government inaction on climate change, as bushfires ravaged tens of thousands of square miles of bushland after months of destruction and at least 27 deaths.
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Australia’s government is sticking firmly to a position that may cause major blowback. The government is claiming there is no direct link between climate change and the country’s devastating bushfires. Reuters reports this is despite public anger, anguish of victims, and warnings from...

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