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The urgent action needed to avert a global warming catastrophe looked a long way off at the UN climate summit, writes Matt McDonald. By Amabelle Jones for Off Track. Amabelle's family took in a sick, lonely cockatoo the year before she was born, and the two of them became inseparable. The World Today. Photo: 74 per cent of seniors said people who strived to be politically correct annoyed them. Related Story: Are overworking older generations wrecking it for everyone?
Related Story: Census results show Australians are losing their religion. Related Story: Why are Millennials worried about the future? Study findings: 85 per cent of older Australians found millennial social etiquette confusing 88 per cent thought people in modern Australia were too politically correct 86 per cent said the drive to be politically correct was ruining society Employment etiquette included putting phones away in meetings, punctuality, personal hygiene Posting online when tired, intoxicated or emotional in the top 3 no-nos.
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