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Weatherill lobbies victoria on environmental flows

Weatherill lobbies victoria on environmental flows

“Climate change doesn’t change in its worst way or at all – it just evolves and changes,” he says.

“But our government is acting and doing the right thing. That’s what you really want out of a climate policy.”

A spokesman for Prime Minister Julia Gillard said the government planned to바카라 consider the report’s recommendations on whether and to what extent action should be taken to ensure “a level of emissions reductions that are sustainable, achievable and necessary for the economic recovery and to ensure that our economy works for all of us”.

“We will look at all the available evidence and make appropriate recommendations as our review looks at what would help our economy prosper under climate change,” he said.

The Australian Council for Environmental Sciences will consider the report’s findings on a draft report which was submitted last year.

Professor John Delany, the chief executive of the Australian Council for Climate Change, said there w더킹카지노as widespread concern that the carbon budget would be reduced even more under the Coalition and Labor governments.

“If Australia is to reduce greenhouse gases, it will need to cut emissions by 2030 at a cost of between $80 billion to $100 billion and that’s because these policies are not sustainable,” he said.

A report released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change last month also suggested Australia may have to cut its carbon emissions by up to 50 percent over the next two decades without having to address rising sea levels and changes in the oceans and climate processes.

“Even if Australia does not do this, we need to start immediately to start reducing carbonatyasastra.comn dioxide emissions because if we wait until we actually are facing the full impact, the impacts of an increasingly warmer future will be devastating,” Professor Delany said.

The AECS is to present its own draft recommendations to government on May 20.

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