Australia must help East Timor adapt to climate change

East Timor’s inability to cope with global climate change demands is a result of hundreds of years of occupation, and no fault of their own.

Timor-Leste is not capable of upgrading its energy infrastructure without financial assistance from the international community, and Australia has the capability to help.

Our northern neighbours are heavily reliant on imported fossil fuels for energy production and wood burning for cooking.

Read more at University of Melbourne