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The evidence is clear. The world is standing at the edge of major ecological and humanitarian tipping points, and time has run out for half measures.

Recognition that climate change now constitutes a global emergency is spreading rapidly around the world. The growth of the international movement to formally declare a climate emergency represents one of the most significant series of events for climate action in decades. Millions of citizens are now ready to mobilise and are urging their governments to recognise the full level of threat and to work toward achieving a safe climate at emergency speed.

As the physical climate impacts intensify, both locally and globally, many Australians, too, are calling for a national declaration and the level of leadership that can drive an emergency transition.

But what does this mean for Australia’s climate action?

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