The Future of Climate Policy in Australia

Earlier this week the government released the terms of reference for its review of climate change policies.

Australia has now ratified the Paris Agreement and committed to reducing emissions by 26 to 28 per cent by 2030. But is the government doing enough to keeping global warming below the tipping point of 2 degrees?

The CEO of The Climate Institute, John Connor, discusses the future of Australia’s climate policy with Adrian Walton.

Producer: Ollie Henderson 

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