Australia open to buying foreign credits, snubs calls for new climate policies

Published 08:39 on December 19, 2017  /  Last updated at 20:52 on December 19, 2017  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia on Tuesday said it “in principle” supports buying international carbon credits but its long-awaited climate policy review dismissed the need for new climate policies, despite the country being on track to miss its Paris Agreement target by some 900 million tonnes of CO2e.

Australia on Tuesday said it “in principle” supports buying international carbon credits but its long-awaited climate policy review dismissed the need for new climate policies, despite the country being on track to miss its Paris Agreement target by some 900 million tonnes of CO2e.

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