Australia’s reputation at risk on carbon accounting, climate finance at COP27, expert says

Published 07:20 on October 28, 2022  /  Last updated at 07:20 on October 28, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Climate Talks, International, Japan, Paris Article 6  /  No Comments

Australia risks reputational and gross decarbonisation opportunities if it fails to properly ensure Paris Agreement carbon accounting rules are robust and it does not increase its efforts to provide adequate climate finance to neighbouring countries, according to a UN expert group member.  

Australia risks reputational and gross decarbonisation opportunities if it fails to properly ensure Paris Agreement carbon accounting rules are robust and it does not increase its efforts to provide adequate climate finance to neighbouring countries, according to a UN expert group member.

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