We have a “moral” duty to tackle climate change and won’t delay action because of the world economic meltdown, a defiant Australian Climate Change Minister Penny Wong told the prestigious London School of Economics last night. “There is a moral and personal dimension to this debate,” she said. “We have a responsibility to future generations to tackle climate change while we can. It was now more urgent than ever to act on climate change. There will never be an easy time to make the transition to a low-carbon economy.” Read more here.