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With no legislation in place to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, Australia has fallen behind other developed nations in taking action on climate change.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has recently embraced the idea of net-zero by 2050, though many believe that this is not ambitious enough.

Australia remains on track to reach its comparatively low 2030 goal of a 26-28% reduction, however, there is still a desire for a more explicit strategy going forward.



Produced By: James Murray

Featured In Story: Adam Bandt, Leader of the Greens and member for Melbourne , and Dr. Stewart Jackson, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations, University of Sydney

First aired on The Wire, Monday 27 September 2021