Just because we all desire the Coalition to do something on climate change doesn’t actually mean they will.
He suggests that although the government may have changed its ‘position’ on climate change, the language is still the same as that used by Tony Abbott in 2015.
In a seperate article, Jericho states,
And so we enter the next stage of climate change politics – a subtle and sinister shift – the talk will be about practical measures of adaptation rather than of reducing emissions: gone will be direct action, in its place will be “direct adaptation”.
It is a stage that, if successful, will signal the end for our planet.