When will Australia's government act on the climate imperative?

A lightbulb being held up against a sunset, in a field of long grass.
10 September 2020

Our politicians are elected to listen to and represent the interests of their constituents, and to address issues and meet challenges in the national interest.

So, how is it that the Morrison Government won't listen and act on climate - the most significant economic, social, political and moral issue of our time, and for which it has a clear responsibility and duty of care to current and future generations.

How is it that it can ignore the overwhelming public pressure to act, and with urgency, in our longer-term national interest, rather than pay off certain vested interests that it perceives to be to its short-term political advantage.

Read the full article on the Forbes Advocate website, authored by Dr John Hewson