Climate change did not feature high on the agenda as political parties campaigned to win favour with voters in yesterday’s elections.

Perhaps, when the effects of climate change start to intensify and as it becomes more apparent that vote-winning issues such as housing, health and access to basic services are intrinsically linked to how the government responds to the need for climate adaptation and mitigation, this will become an electioneering platform...

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