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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




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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