A local mayor is unmoved by a report which says White Cliffs is the centre most at risk from climate change in Australia.
A report by the University of Adelaide found that the small town in the Central Darling Shire is the most at risk from higher temperatures and less rain.
Central Darling Shire Mayor, Ray Longfellow, said he's not convinced the hot weather isn't due to natural weather patterns.
"We've always been in a pretty warm sort of area," he said.
"I know they're accrediting a lot of this to climate change, but I think we've been down this road before in past times and it'll continue for the future."
The report's author has urged inland towns to prepare for climate change.
But Cr Longfellow said his council hasn't made any specific climate change policies.
"We're not sceptics, I suppose, in the real term," he said.
"We want the logical explanation to us, in layman's terms, to be able to adapt and to understand the issues that are at hand."
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