This is what it feels like to be a writer in Australia.
Dr. Stephen Hopkins, a leading Australian psychologist, wrote in The Conversation that he’s not sure he can live in the United States again.
“I cannot imagine living in Australia without being able to walk through the door at any moment of the day,” he wrote.
Hopkins is not alone in his fear of the future.
The world could end on January 7 if the Paris climate accord isn’t signed into law by the United Nations on January 31.
Many scientists are also worried about the effects of climate change on the human race.
Scientists say the impact of climate changes could be devastating for Australia, the world’s second-largest economy and a major contributor to the global economy.
According to the United Nation, the worst impacts of climate-related disasters could result in up to 50 million deaths.
One of the biggest fears of the world is a mass extinction of humans, which is the most likely scenario.
Australia has experienced a steady decline in human population since the mid-20th century.
In 2016, the last census counted only 9.7 million people, a fall of 1.6 million since the early 1990s.
During the same period, the Australian population has decreased by about 7.2 million people.
That’s a loss of about 9 percent of Australia’s total population.
For many, the most alarming threat is climate change.
Some scientists predict that Australia will become one of the worst places on Earth to live.
This could happen within the next century, as the Earth heats up and temperatures continue to rise.
But experts say the worst effects of a warming world will come at a faster pace than they can cope with.
Climate change has already started to affect Australia’s weather, including droughts, heatwaves, and floods.
There are also concerns about rising sea levels, which scientists say could lead to mass destruction of Australia.
The Australian government recently announced plans to build more homes, but that doesn’t mean people are starting to move.