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Climate change is transforming Australia’s cultural life – so why isn’t it mentioned in the new national cultural policy?

By Catherine Strong, Associate professor, Music Industry, RMIT University
Ben Green, Research fellow, Griffith University
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In its new national cultural policy, the Australian government grapples with issues extending well beyond the creative arts.

The policy document places issues like First Nations representation, work and wages, technological upheaval, discrimination and sexual harassment front and centre.

This holistic approach has been welcomedThe Conversation

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