relentless climate-related headlines paint a picture of an agricultural
industry under siege.
has sparked concern among people like Nigel Gibson, who like many others have
increasingly taken steps in their own suburban lives to prepare for the impacts
of climate change.
recent weather events have left Mr Gibson wondering if enough was being done
for agricultural communities on a broader scale.
farmers need to move or can they transition to other opportunities?" he
asked ABC Central West NSW's Curious project.
feel this is something no-one is talking about."
is true traditional agriculture is being increasingly tested, and until
recently conversations around it evolving were largely taboo.
to many on the ground, rural and regional Australia are now at a critical point
in turning conversations into action.
this is something farmers, by their adaptive nature, are well placed to do.
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Central West (2 March 2019)