Economically viable to occupy $15m a year flood damaged areas?

It’s strange that the gist of this article is that “waterfront communities from Southbank to the Mornington Peninsula face a damage bill of more than $1 billion from severe storms and rising sea levels over the next 90 years” but the “Municipal Association of Victoria chief executive Rob Spence said “even under the worst-possible scenarios modelled, […]

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Another one bites the dust – mitigation to adaptation

In a recent article on Climate Spectator, Ziggy Switkowski a self proclaimed climate change believer strongly suggested that maybe we need to focus on adaptation rather than mitigation. Ziggy joins a number of significant thought leaders around the world who are leaning towards a focus on adaptation, my recent post of Germany’s redirection being one […]

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