Which are the most vulnerable people to the impacts of climate change?

The impact of climate-related climate change is not only a national concern, but also a global concern.

It is an issue that affects every nation, and every sector, from the smallest to the largest, in Australia.

This is not just about the future, but the present, the present as well as the future.

The future is a lot brighter than the past.

A lot brighter.

We are all more resilient than we were a few decades ago, but we are not as resilient as we should be.

Our governments are in denial about the risks and we are failing to act.

But we can all do something about it.

This year, Climate Leadership Australia (CLA) launched the first Climate Change Leadership Summit in the State of New South Wales (NSW).

The event aims to deliver practical action plans, and provide a forum to engage and collaborate with key stakeholders in the community.

The summit will provide an opportunity for state and territory governments to identify and implement action plans that will protect their climate-sensitive communities.

The event is being held in Hobart and Sydney, and it is being co-hosted by the NSW Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the State Government, and the Climate Change Advisory Council (CCAC).

A number of state and Territory governments have already committed to supporting the climate leadership summit, and some are also considering signing up for future events.

The Summit will be an opportunity to discuss the risks that climate change poses to Australia’s economy, our community, and our planet, and how we can mitigate the impacts.

This summit will be a forum for states, territories and the Commonwealth to share best practice and practical advice to reduce the impacts that climate-driven changes will have on our communities, and on the planet as a whole.

It will also give our governments an opportunity, in the context of the Climate Leadership Summit, to look at how to reduce carbon emissions, and to explore opportunities to reduce our carbon emissions through climate action.

Climate change is already affecting us and our future.

What are the impacts?

The effects of climate disruption and climate change are already being felt in our communities.

For example, the impacts from extreme weather events, sea level rise and drought are already having a profound impact on Australian communities.

We need to act now.

The impacts of extreme weather and sea level rises are already impacting communities across Australia.

For the first time, we are seeing evidence of the impacts we are already seeing.

There are clear signs of this happening in the past few months, including drought in NSW, the impact of the record high heatwaves, and severe flooding in NSW.

As the Climate Summit kicks off, it is important that we start talking about the potential impacts and actions that can be taken to mitigate and protect Australia’s climate.

It also is important for the Government to start thinking about what the Government’s next steps should be for addressing these climate impacts.

What will the summit deliver?

A number a actions will be taken during the Climate Conference, including a declaration on the national climate policy, and an international climate action plan.

The declaration will include a plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and emissions trading, as well a detailed national plan to address climate change, including how we will deliver the national response to the challenge of climate mitigation.

The plan will also include a national strategy to combat climate change.

The Climate Conference is a major opportunity for Australia to demonstrate its leadership in the fight against climate change and to show the world that Australia is prepared to act, to be part of the solution and to reduce its emissions.

It has the potential to make a difference in how Australians live, work and live out their lives.

The Declaration of the National Climate Policy is a declaration of our commitment to reduce emissions and to meet our obligations under the Paris Agreement, to reduce Australia’s emissions, to transition to low carbon and to deliver a transition to a low emissions economy.

It commits Australia to the goals of the Paris agreement, and sets out a set of actions to achieve these goals.

The Paris Agreement is a global agreement aimed at reducing the amount of greenhouse gases that are emitted by countries around the world.

The Government’s climate policy includes commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emission by 25 per cent by 2020, 40 per cent from 2030, and 70 per cent below 2005 levels by 2050.

The national climate plan sets out our national approach to climate change mitigation and action.

The National Climate Strategy identifies the country’s national actions and how they will be carried out.

The Minister for Environment, Climate Change and Planning, Josh Frydenberg, has already indicated that the government will be taking the lead on this.

He will be making a commitment in the national national climate strategy, as part of this summit, to deliver on the Paris accord and the National Plan to Reduce Emissions and Transition to Low Carbon.

The state and territorial Climate Change Management Strategy is also an important part of our national climate action strategy, which is aimed at meeting our emissions reduction targets and transitioning