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Good For The Goose: Australia’s Please Explain On Coal From China And The US:

While savaging state governments for strong growth in renewables, the Australian Government has drawn the attention of other countries for its failure to reduce carbon emissions. Suzanne Harter from the Australian Conservation Foundation explains. After failing to listen to consistent calls for stronger emissions reduction targets and a credible set of climate policies, the Australian government [.
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