How a mother's death from tsunami birthed an activist

By Dominic Giannini
Updated June 26 2024 - 6:06pm, first published 6:03pm
Former environmental lawyer Steph Hodgins-May says calls for greater climate action must be heeded. (Mick Tsikas/AAP PHOTOS)
Former environmental lawyer Steph Hodgins-May says calls for greater climate action must be heeded. (Mick Tsikas/AAP PHOTOS)

The aftershocks and debris from the tsunami that killed her mother in Samoa reinforced the need for climate justice and Australia needed to heed the warnings of its Pacific neighbours, a new Greens senator says.

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