Australia’s Labor dithers under pressure on renewables but holds firm on emissions trading

Published 08:26 on February 16, 2017  /  Last updated at 10:27 on February 16, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

As the Australian climate debate implodes in a clean coal versus renewables ruckus, the opposition Labor party appears to have softened its pro-renewables stance but on Thursday reaffirmed its intention to put in place an emissions intensity-based trading scheme for power generators.

As the Australian climate debate implodes in a clean coal versus renewables ruckus, the opposition Labor party appears to have softened its pro-renewables stance but on Thursday reaffirmed its intention to put in place an emissions intensity-based trading scheme for power generators.

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