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States put Australia on track to beat 2030 emissions pledge but Morrison may not make it official

Prime minister under pressure to increase country’s 2030 emissions reduction goal but faces challenges from openly hostile Nationals

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State government commitments for 2030 have put Australia within reach of meeting global expectations on tackling the climate crisis, but it will fall short unless the Morrison government steps up, a new analysis has found.

Guardian Australia understands prime minister Scott Morrison has told colleagues he wants to increase Australia’s existing 2030 emissions reduction target as part of his current negotiations with the Nationals about new climate policies to be unveiled ahead of the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow.

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