Australia

This is how we can help Australia organize the world's generosity

2,000 homes (and rising) have been destroyed, more than 28 people have lost their lives, and an estimated 1 billion animals have perished. Image: REUTERS/David Gray

Sharmishta Sivaramakrishnan
Community Specialist, Young Global Leaders - Asia, World Economic Forum Geneva
Mina Guli
Founder and Chief Water Advocate, Thirst
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