Australia revises down GHG projections, set to overachieve on Paris target

Published 02:26 on December 10, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:45 on December 11, 2020  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Australia has published annual emissions projections that reveal the government expects to emit 300 MtCO2e less than previously thought over the next decade, meaning it is set to easily meet its Paris Agreement obligations even without the controversial use of Kyoto carryover credits.

Australia has published annual emissions projections that reveal the government expects to emit 300 MtCO2e less than previously thought over the next decade, meaning it is set to easily meet its Paris Agreement obligations even without the controversial use of Kyoto carryover credits.

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