Australia Market Roundup: Progress being made on securing COP31, opposition won’t announce 2030 emissions reduction target

Published 02:44 on June 11, 2024  /  Last updated at 07:02 on June 11, 2024  / Mark Tilly /  Asia Pacific, Australia, Climate Talks

Australia is making "strong progress" on securing its bid to host COP31 in 2026, Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen said Tuesday, as opposition leader Peter Dutton told media he would not set a 2030 emissions reduction target until after next year's election. 
Australia is making "strong progress" on securing its bid to host COP31 in 2026, Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen said Tuesday, as opposition leader Peter Dutton told media he would not set a 2030 emissions reduction target until after next year's election. 


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