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ENVIRONMENT AUSTRALIA CLIMATE
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July 24, 2004
File picture shows sheep eat grain on a farmer's drought-affected property near the Southern Tablelands...
Canberra, Australia
File picture shows sheep eat grain on a farmer's drought-affected property near the Southern ...
File picture shows sheep eat grain on a farmer's drought-affected property near the Southern Tablelands town of Cooma. Sheep on farmer Stephen Rolfe's property eats grain on his drought-affected property near the Southern Tablelands town of Cooma, located 100 km (62 miles) south of Canberra, in this file picture date July 24, 2004. Australia could be up to two degrees Celsius warmer by 2030 and face more bushfires, heatwaves and storms despite global efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, a climate change report showed on Tuesday. Picture taken July 24, 2004. REUTERS/David Gray
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