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Eight in ten Australians fear climate change will cause more bushfires and want a transition away from coal

SBS Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Despite the coronavirus pandemic dominating 2020, a new report has found a vast majority of Australians are still concerned about climate change and fossil fuels.
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