Congratulations are due to former Chief Minister (and current fossil …

Comment on Alice has hottest day on record by Pete Path.

Congratulations are due to former Chief Minister (and current fossil fuel industry lobbyist) Paul Henderson on this, another climate record.
Mr Henderson’s determination to accelerate climate chaos by pumping out as much methane as fast as possible has been instrumental in the recent swathe of smashed records around the NT.
Undoubtedly, current Chief Minister (and current fossil fuel lobbyist) Mike “Methane” Gunner is set to continue the streak, opening large areas of the NT to new fossil fuel exploitation that guarantees new records will continue to be set.

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