As climate strikes increase around the world and the effects of climate change bite more deeply, cricket as a sport is yet to address the issue. But cricket is one of the most vulnerable sports in the face of droughts and storms and rising sea levels, and the major cricketing countries like Australia, South Africa, and those in the subcontinent and Caribbean will be some of the worst affected. Tanya Aldred, founder of the Next Test, joins the Final Word to talk about cricket's contribution to the problem and its response to the crisis.
Plus Shaun Marsh made a double hundred for Western Australia. We can't forget that.