One month in the global climate crisis and what it means for Australia, with Lenore Taylor

In just one month, the world has been battered by wildfires, torrential flooding and extreme winds. Vehicles have been seen floating down the road in Belgium and China; and devastating fires have ripped through Siberia and much of the west coast of North America. In this extract from our Full Story podcast, Guardian Australia editor Lenore Taylor talks about how these are the scenes climate scientists have been warning of, and the only silver lining is that all the destruction might finally push laggard governments like Australia towards change.

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