Greens Senator stuck in Tuvalu timewarp
However, none of this prevents a Greens Senator in South Australia, Sarah Hanson-Young, proposing a "new class of visa for climate refugees":
"We cannot deny Australia's complicity in this environmental crisis that is now impacting most dramatically on those whose homeland is more vulnerable to sea level rise," she said.
" As the wealthiest country in the Pacific, Australia can lead the global community on this humanitarian issue.
"Australia must be proactive in establishing a new class of visa for climate change refugees."
Who cares if the story is out of date, as long as it can be used to advance the Greens' agenda.
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