Climate Change in Southern Australia

If residents in Southern Australia think that they have suffered a great deal already because of extreme weather recently, then they’re in for a surprise. Experts say that the region is bound to experience even more extreme weather in the future. That’s the kind of trend that the rest of the world should expect.

Here is a portion of an article by Mark Dunn for the Herald Sun:

“Key food-growing regions in southeast and southwest Australia could also face more drought, says the federal government report, written by professors Will Steffen, Lesley Hughes and David Karoly.

Mr Abbott said if elected as prime minister on September 14 and given the opportunity to revoke the carbon tax a whole range of climate change bureaucracies would also be axed.

“I suspect we might find the particular position you refer to might go with them,” Mr Abbott told 2GB’s Ray Hadley in Melbourne when asked about Professor Flannery.

“It does sound like an unnecessary position given the gentlemen in question gives us the benefit of his views without needing taxpayer funding.”

Professor Flannery, who penned the popular climate change book The Weather Makers, was appointed as Climate Commissioner in February 2011.”

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