Sep 15, 2015

Turnbull's Test: There Can Be No Grand Economic Vision Without Climate Action |

The atmospherics of our Federal government have been stormy over recent months, and never more so than yesterday, when Malcolm Turnbull ousted Tony Abbott as Prime Minister, leaving a brief window in the afternoon during which it appeared possible Australia would soon have a credible climate policy. The penetration of climate change into the leadership spills of the last half decade has been...

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