Six sentences of hope: Defining a unifying vision in the face of the climate crisis | Richard Flanagan

The Guardian | Aug 21, 2019 at 6:00 PM
  • In 1971, the Liberal Billy McMahon – routinely judged the worst Australian prime minister ever, an achievement not to be underestimated in a nation where the worst routinely rule – created a new portfolio: Environment, Arts and Aboriginal Affairs.
  • And for them, and his own electoral security, Scott Morrison was willing to sacrifice any sense of national security.
  • If we do nothing we are endorsing Michael McCormack’s words and Scott Morrison’s actions in Tuvalu.