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Australian bishops support proposed climate change bill (Vatican News)

Catholic Culture Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
“The key features of the bill will be to provide a Climate Risk Assessment scheme for all major sectors of the economy such as health, agriculture, energy and transport,” The Australian reported. “Economy-wide, multi-year targets would be established for a path towards emissions reductions, as would a Climate Change Commission designed to provide scientific advice on long-term objectives and policy.”
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