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File photo dated 30/04/16 of Sir David Attenborough who has been announced as the guest speaker at a charity dinner hosted by Sir Tom Hunter.. Issue date: Sunday January 12, 2020. (PA)

File photo dated 30/04/16 of Sir David Attenborough who has been announced as the guest speaker at a charity dinner hosted by Sir Tom Hunter.. Issue date: Sunday January 12, 2020. (PA)

FED: Attenborough lashes coalition on climate

Friday, January 17, 2020.

Renowned British naturalist Sir David Attenborough has criticised the Morrison government's approach to climate change as the coalition stands firmly by the nation's coal exports.

Sir David has told the BBC the government's support for coal mines showed the world it did not care about the environment, while noting the destruction caused by bushfires.

He says the "moment of crisis" has come in the fight against climate change, warning that government targets are not enough to save the planet.

The government has turned its focus on climate change adaptation and resilience in the wake of the deadly bushfires, but is backing in coal exports.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton argues that reducing Australia's coal exports won't end up helping the environment.

SOURCE: AAP Newswire