Australians face giving up red meat under a net zero by 2050 climate change target – as much of the developed world questions if the goal is too ambitious.
That’s the grim warning from Queensland senator and former economist, Matt Canavan, and BAEconomics managing director Brian Fisher if the country proceeds with that environmental ambition, despite Australia’s carbon emissions representing a miniscule 1.4 per cent of the global total.
Both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Labor leader Anthony Albanese have committed to either eliminating or offsetting carbon emissions by 2050, despite much of Europe walking away from the same target in the face of rising energy costs, after heavily relying on Russian gas.
Australians could be making big sacrifices for nothing, in a bid to…
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