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Carbon squeeze: Australia’s dark future

15 August 2022

4:00 AM

15 August 2022

4:00 AM

Australian energy policy is rapidly evolving from expensive virtue signalling to actual disaster.

After narrowly scraping through the federal election with 77 of 151 seats, the government has implemented several measures designed to accelerate emissions reduction well beyond existing targets.

In 2016, the Turnbull government ratified the original Paris Agreement with a 28 per cent target for 2030.

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