The biggest challenges for climate change in Australia are the social ecological systems in place and the future is uncertain

By Emma Esquibel Emmerson Emmersen Environmental Systems Australia, a major international climate change research organisation, released a report titled Climate Change: Challenges and Solutions, detailing a range of issues facing Australia in response to the growing climate crisis.

The report, which was released on Thursday, outlines how the challenges facing Australia, from drought, flooding, and rising sea levels, are linked to the country’s social ecological system, which is already facing threats from climate change.

It’s not just about weather, it’s also about the way we live our lives, Emmersen said in a statement.

“Climate change will mean our ability to live in harmony with nature and our communities is also at risk,” she said.

“The climate change impacts we are facing today are due to climate change and its effects on our society.”

In addition to the impacts to our economy and people, climate change will also have an impact on our health and wellbeing.

“These impacts are already starting to be felt.”

We need to understand and adapt to these changes and make decisions to mitigate, mitigate and adapt.

“A strong society is a strong society.”

Emmerson said the report was the first comprehensive assessment of climate change on a global scale.

The authors outlined the challenges ahead and said the Australian Government needs to be doing more to adapt to the changing climate.

“Our government has a lot of work to do,” she added.

“It is not enough to just sit back and watch, but to do something about it.”

Emmerersen said the authors also outlined a number of ways the government could address climate change, including increasing the capacity of the National Infrastructure Program and supporting a more sustainable and resilient environment.

She said there were many more areas of need, but that the report highlighted the importance of the Australian community, businesses and the state.

The researchers said Australia’s current policies and actions were failing to adapt and adapt rapidly to climate events.

“This is a time of crisis for our economy, our environment and our people,” Emmerersen concluded.

“There are a lot more needs and a lot less resources available than there were two decades ago.”

Emmingers report comes as Australia gears up to host the 2020 Olympics in Melbourne, with more than 4,000 athletes, tourists and sports people expected to travel to the city.

Emmersen’s report comes amid reports that Australia has been experiencing an unprecedented drought in the past two years, which could worsen the drought.