‘Living climate change now’: how WA farmers are trying to turn the tide


Agriculture is seen as a key culprit in rising emissions. Some on the land are aiming to lead by example, making their properties carbon neutral

Cindy Stevens traces her family line back to the early pioneer days on Western Australia’s wheatbelt. Now she and her husband, Simon Wallwork, are pioneers of a different kind: in adapting to climate change.

“The change in Liberal leader [to Scott Morrison] was probably a major tipping point for us, because we could see there was going to be no leadership from the government on a federal level,” she says at her farm near Corrigin, 230km east of Perth.

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