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Laggard to leader? Labor could repair Australia’s tattered reputation on climate change, if it gets these things right

By Jonathan Pickering, Assistant Professor, Canberra School of Politics, Economics and Society, University of Canberra
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For much of the past three decades, Australia has been viewed internationally as a laggard on climate change – and with good reason.

Australia was the last of the G20 economies that ratified the Kyoto Protocol and the first to dismantleThe Conversation

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