Australia sets 2030 emissions reduction targets

September 2015
TCE: The Chemical Engineer;Sep2015, Issue 891, p12
Academic Journal
The article reports on the announcement of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott of the country's plans to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, which was criticized by opposition and green groups for being too unambitious.


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