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We are inundated with predictions of dire conditions on account of climate warming. There are already many animals and other wildlife and flora which are under threat of extinction
It was great to see Damon Gameau's film, which demonstrated various ways we could improve this scenario.
My wish is that Australian parliamentarians could view this film also, then start to take appropriate action, instead of continuing to pursue coal mining, gas fracking, etc. Our water, food security and power would be secured.
I walked out of the cinema with a smile and hope.
Thank you, Damon.
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