"Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks

AUSTRALIA has been described as “cynical, irresponsible and ultimately destructive,” following the conclusion of the United Nations Climate talks in Madrid yesterday, as world leaders failed to reach consensus on rules to implement a global deal on carbon pricing and Australia’s use of carry-over credits.

"Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks "Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks "Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks "Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks "Destructive" Australia stalls UN carbon pricing talks

Australian businesses concerned by carbon tariffs

 
The Australian government is using the overshooting of its Kyoto Protocol 2020 climate targets to count towards its Paris emissions reductions target, which has been described by activists and
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