The lucky ones: The countries best-placed to cope with climate change
Nick King considers which nations and regions could best deal with future environmental turmoil, and what the rest of the world could learn from their experiencesDonald Horne’s 1964 book The Lucky Country describes Australia as a nation blessed. The phrase has become a moniker for Australia in a wider sense – although the book does not actually describe the Au
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