'Make it a priority': Wagga Deputy mayor Jenny McKinnon backs climate action in wake of IPCC report

Angus Thomson
Updated March 1 2022 - 9:10pm, first published 6:00pm

Wagga Deputy mayor Jenny McKinnon says local government must prioritise protecting residents from the worst effects of climate change after an alarming report on the state of the climate was released on Monday evening.

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Angus Thomson

Angus Thomson

Editorial Trainee (The Daily Advertiser)

Angus is an Editorial Trainee with Australian Community Media based in Wagga Wagga. He can be reached at angus.thomson@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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