No credibility on climate

Wendy Hebbard, Woodend

This is the Climate Change election.
When will our political dinosaurs realise that ‘renewables’ are best for the environment?
School children and young people are showing us the way.
Native species are being extinguished. The rivers and oceans are greatly under threat. Dead fish in the Murray Basin is a calamity.
Ambivalent attitudes from parties who seem to prefer coal, do not take a firm stand on the Adani mine.
Our politicians have no credibility on the climate issues nor about their close association with the Chinese billionaires.
Denials and negativity are probably going to be the hallmarks of the election campaign.
Let’s hope that electors see through this.