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Dutton opens debate on the Paris Climate Agreement

19 June 2024

2:00 AM

19 June 2024

2:00 AM

According to certain sections of the media and the federal government, Peter Dutton’s commitment to scrapping Australia’s unachievable 2030 emissions target is a reawakening of the so-called ‘climate wars’ – if they ever went away in the first place.

This announcement is welcome leadership from the Coalition, not only because it injects long overdue common sense into the debate on energy policy but, more importantly, it means Australians will finally have an informed debate about the policy of Net Zero emissions by 2050.

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