How Australia is blocking global climate action
World leaders are preparing to meet for a historic global climate change summit, to try and limit the catastrophic impacts of global warming.
After decades of inaction and a lack of leadership, countries like the United States and China are finally working together to try and develop real solutions.
But Australia has already been singled out as a roadblock to taking serious climate action.
Today, national correspondent for The Saturday Paper, Mike Seccombe on the global shift towards tackling climate change, and how Australia could hold everything back.
Guest: National correspondent for The Saturday Paper Mike Seccombe.
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