We interviewed Sophie Love - farmeer near the town of Port Macquarie

Climate change can cause periods of extreme heavy rainfall over the globe. As a consequence large parts of Australia’s New South Wales have been hit by the worst floods in decades. Almost 20 thousand people have been evacuated and some even saw their house swept away by fast rising rivers. We spoke to miss Sophie Love, living in a farm against a hill side, that suddenly changed into a dangerous area.


Interviews: Julia Kenul and Juliëtte van Til. Editing: New Energy TV

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• Local and regional impacts of climate change (observation)
• Local and regional efforts to cope with these impacts (adaptation)
• The solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (mitigation)

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