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The Monthly July Issue

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The Monthly July Issue

Climate scientist and IPCC report co-author Dr Joëlle Gergis warns that the latest climate-change modelling presents an even more alarming picture of the planet’s future. As America collapses into chaos, one of its great chroniclers, Don Watson, describes how and why it all went wrong, and economist Richard Denniss points to a way for Australia to emerge from its own post-COVID economic troubles.

Journalist Bronwyn Adcock looks at the climate-related advice coming from insurance companies at the bushfires royal commission, and Professor Megan Davis ponders the meaning and worth of Indigenous acknowledgements at public events. And in this issue’s longform essay, journalist Mahmood Fazal writes an extraordinary epic tale of Western Sydney crime, retribution and injustice.