Australia might use Kyoto units for Paris compliance even under new government

Published 11:01 on March 4, 2019  /  Last updated at 11:01 on March 4, 2019  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia’s opposition Labor party is positioning itself ahead of the May election as the more ambitious option on climate change, but even they might use the nation’s huge surplus of emission units from the UN Kyoto Protocol period to meet the country's 2030 obligations under the Paris Agreement.

Australia’s opposition Labor party is positioning itself ahead of the May election as the more ambitious option on climate change, but even they might use the nation’s huge surplus of emission units from the UN Kyoto Protocol period to meet the country’s 2030 obligations under the Paris Agreement.

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