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Another ‘one-in-500-year’ flood, and a government not up to the task

Civilians were largely left to rescue one another as a natural disaster struck Australia. It shows how the authorities are struggling to respond to climate-fueled calamities.
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Flooding in Brisbane and Northeast Australia leaves at least 7 dead

Several days of downpours have pummeled Queensland, with flooding worsening in the state capital, Brisbane. The state premier described the wild weather as “waves of water just coming down.”

Australia pledges 'net zero' emissions by 2050. Its plan makes that hard to believe

Australia pledges 'net zero' emissions by 2050. Its plan makes that hard to believe

The country’s last-minute commitment before next week’s climate summit is built on hope for new technology, and little else.
Why Australia won't commit to slashing carbon emissions

Why Australia won't commit to slashing carbon emissions

The country has fallen behind other developed nations in its commitment to slashing carbon emissions. Neither fires nor international pressure has pushed it away from coal and other fossil fuels.
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Morrison’s climate stance is shifting say observers, but glacially

Scott Morrison’s declaration that Australia would “preferably” hit net-zero emissions by 2050 demonstrates a real glacial shift in climate policy.
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China battles the world's biggest coal exporter, and coal is losing

China has officially blocked coal imports from Australia after months of vague restrictions. For Australia, the world’s largest coal exporter, the decision is a gut punch.
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Patrick Suckling: What climate wars? The Coalition's ship is changing tack

The seas of climate policy are shifting and there are signs the Morrison government is righting its ship to go with the tide.
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