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Peter Dutton’s plan to cut the 2030 climate target would be an own goal for Australia’s Pacific ambitions

By Wesley Morgan, Research Fellow, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University
The current visit to Australia by China’s Premier Li Qiang may have taken the heat out of recent tensions between the two nations. But Australia remains embroiled with China in a tussle for influence in the Pacific – a fight in which climate ambition is key.

That’s why, at a diplomatic level, we should be concerned about Opposition leader Peter Dutton’s suggestionThe Conversation

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