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NSW to halve emissions by 2030

THE New South Wales Liberal government has declared it will cut the state’s overall greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030, estimating the updated target would attract more than A$37 billion in investment.

Gap between Canberra and the states widens

Gap between Canberra and the states widens

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the updated target, up from its previous 35% by 2030 target, demonstrated the state was serious about reducing emissions.  "Our Net Zero Plan is expected to attract more...

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