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After decades putting the brakes on global action, does Australia deserve to host UN climate talks with Pacific nations?

By Wesley Morgan, Research Fellow, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University
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Hosting the world’s climate negotiations could be a very big deal. But the government will need to show Australia has changed by bringing more to the table, and taking coal and gas off the menu.The Conversation

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