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On climate change, Australia will be left behind by China, the US and the EU

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Australia should be showing leadership on climate at the G20. Instead, as 39 countries put a price on carbon, we’ve just repealed ours

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Australia told it should aim for 40% cut in greenhouse gases by 2025

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The Climate Institute also says the world needs to know how Australia will calculate its target

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Carbon tax demise leading to large rise in emissions, says academic

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Removal of carbon price has led to a surge in the use of brown coal generators in Australian electricity sector, analysis shows

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Direct Action: Coalition secures $2.5bn plan amid fears over emissions target

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  • Controversial policy will pass Senate after deal with PUP
  • Greg Hunt agrees to investigate emissions trading scheme
  • Labor says Australia has ‘no way to reduce carbon pollution’
  • Modelling suggests it will not be sufficient to reach 5% target
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    Denmark’s plan to offset transport emissions sparks EU row

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    Green champion’s push to funnel car emissions into the emissions trading system seen as attempt to bend rules

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    Australia’s carbon emissions reduction target ‘ambitious’, Julie Bishop tells UN

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    Critics call Australia’s plan to cut emissions by 5% by 2020 ‘inadequate’ as foreign minister fails to address post-2020 commitments at UN summit

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    Carbon emissions from electricity grid rise after carbon price repeal

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    Figures show the largest two-month rise in eight years, though several factors as well as repeal may be involved

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    The ten worst environment decisions in Abbott’s first year

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    A year after his election, what does the Abbott government’s environmental record look like? The answer is not pretty. . . . → Read More: The ten worst environment decisions in Abbott’s first year

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    Australia’s carbon tax abolition draws international criticism

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    Al Gore calls it a ‘disappointing step’ and European Union says world is moving towards carbon pricing initiatives

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    Australia’s carbon tax is gone: a selection of the cheers, jeers and fears

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    On Thursday morning the Australian Senate voted to repeal the country’s carbon pricing scheme. Below are some of the initial reactions to the move

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