Australia faces ‘constellation’ of diplomatic pressures over climate

Australia's Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, holds a lump of coal. Scott Morrison sitting in the House of Representatives, holding a lump of coal.
12 February 2021

Going by the Australian climate change debate you would be forgiven for thinking that the rest of the world was still discussing 2050 net zero targets.

It’s not. In fact, Australia’s peers, friends and trading partners have had this conversation and moved on.

Read Professor Frank Jotzo's expert commentary in this Sydney Morning Herald article here.