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Australia forecast 'to exceed emissions targets' as Angus Taylor prepares for international climate talks

SBS Saturday, 7 December 2019
Energy and Emissions Reductions Minister Angus Taylor will head to the UN climate talks armed with a report showing Australia will exceed its emission targets.
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