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‘We’ll be left behind’: Australia’s electric car inertia is getting it nowhere – The Guardian

While Boris Johnson pledges to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the UK by 2030, Australia still has no clear policy

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Boris Johnsons pledge last week that the UK government would lead a green industrial revolution seemed, to those dispirited by Australias broken climate politics, to be a message from another planet, not another hemisphere.
The Conservatives promised £12bn (A$21.8bn) for a 10-point plan to combat the climate crisis, including building enough offshore windfarms to run every home in Britain, installing 600,000 efficient heat pumps a year to replace dirty old heaters, and developing new small nuclear…

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