lotjpa woka barranga yiyarrak yenbenon ganbina yorta itjumatj woka banga dhona. 
Listen to country fighting for the day after tomorrow, people arise to heal country to live.

Yorta Yorta Nation
Long-term changes in the climate, particularly the changed incidence of extreme events such as cyclones and bushfires, place pressure on many aspects of the Australian environment. Further changes in the climate, driven by past and future emissions of greenhouse gases, will continue to make climate a major pressure on the Australian environment and communities for the foreseeable future.
Key Findings
Find out the main messages of the report. Each chapter has 10 key points that summarise the findings of the chapter.
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Outlook and impacts
Where are we headed? Understand the outlook of our climate, based on its state now and how we are managing our greenhouse gas emissions. Also find out how recent change will affect our health and wellbeing.
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How are the different aspects of our climate tracking? Explore Australian temperatures, rainfall and extreme events, and find out how they are changing across the country.
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What are the pressures on our climate? Find out about our climate variability, and how global and Australian greenhouse gas emissions are contributing to climate change.
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How effective is our management of greenhouse gas emissions? How well are we adapting to climate change? Discover the main management interventions and actions, and how well they are acting to limit climate change and minimise its impact.
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Chapter resources
Find out about the chapter authors and their analysis approach, the artwork appearing in the chapter, and the available supplementary material.
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