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Anika Molesworth again emphasises why we need to be urgently concerned about the climate crisis

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Anika Molesworth (pictured), who is on the board of directors of Farmers for Climate Action, is on the New South Wales Committee of the Crawford Fund and is a Governor of WWF, Australia, regularly turns to Twitter to air her views about the urgency of our need to address the climate crisis.

Anika's argument, which aligns with most other climate-conscious people around the world, was underlined with the recent release of the Australian 2021 State of the Environment Report.

U.S. President Joe Biden is equally concerned about the climate crisis and has committed huge sums to combat the issue, both in terms of mitigation and adaptation.

Other links that will help you better understand the implications and complications of the climate crisis are:

"Biden under pressure to declare climate emergency after Manchin torpedoes bill";

"The VW Bus Took the Sixties on the Road. Now It’s Getting a Twenty-first-Century Makeover";

"UK Records First Ever 40+ Degree Day";

"Joe Manchin’s Fickleness Is a Needless Catastrophe";

"Natural systems in Australia are unravelling. If they collapse, human society could too";

"Days of Rage" - George Monbiot;

"UK must learn to live with extreme weather, says cabinet minister";

"What can I do about climate change? 14 ways to take positive action";

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