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Australia won’t use Kyoto carryover credits to meet Paris climate targets, Scott Morrison confirms – The Guardian

The prime minister tells Pacific leaders Australia will reach net zero emissions ‘as soon as possible’, but declines to commit to a timeline



Australia has officially abandoned its plan to use Kyoto protocol carryover credits to meet its Paris agreement climate targets, the prime minister, Scott Morrison, has told a Pacific leaders summit, but he pointedly declined to commit to a timeline on reaching net zero emissions.
As Pacific leaders said their islands and homes would not be the sacrificial canaries in the coalmine of climate changes existential threat, Morrison said late on Friday that Australia would reach net zero as soon as possible.

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