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'A nail in our coffins': Fiji clergyman tells Scott Morrison coal is killing the Pacific region

SBS Tuesday, 10 December 2019
A Fijian clergyman and climate advocate has told Scott Morrison Australia’s coal industry is killing the Pacific region.
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