'Emissions obsession'? Former PM Tony Abbott urges Australia to pull out of Paris Agreement

Madeleine Cuff
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 Former Australian PM Tony Abbott wants Australia to withdraw from the Paris Agreement
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Former Australian PM Tony Abbott wants Australia to withdraw from the Paris Agreement

Prime Minister responsible for signing Australia up to the Paris Agreement now declares withdrawal would boost jobs and cut bills

Tony Abbott, the former Australian Prime Minister responsible for signing the country up to the Paris climate accord, has declared the country should now pull out of the global agreement. Speaking in...

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