The government would be wrong to imagine all of Australia possesses the sensibilities of coal communities in Queensland
It’s safe to observe the 2019 election was not a good election for the climate.
The basic facts speak for themselves. A government with a sub-optimal policy was returned for another term, and Labor will now go through another, likely painful, round of recalibration of its climate offering. It’s unlikely Labor will stage a dramatic retreat from climate action, but there will certainly be an internal push to temper the current policy with an eye to regional sensibilities, and by regional sensibilities I mean the sensibilities of coal communities.
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