Will Labor govt in Australia put climate change at the forefront? | Climate Crisis

Video Period 25 minutes 00 seconds

From: Inside Story

Australia’s conservative coalition has been voted out of workplace after almost a decade in energy.

Australia has seen unprecedented bushfires and flooding in recent times.

Excessive climate has introduced local weather change to the highest of the agenda for voters.

And Greens and climate-focused independents made huge beneficial properties in Saturday’s election, on the expense of the conservative coalition.

Australia is a significant exporter of fossil fuels, and the outgoing authorities typically objected to plans to cut back greenhouse emissions.

Neighbouring Pacific Islands say Australia is obstructing local weather motion, at the same time as their territories are underneath menace of sinking.

Uneasy ties with the island nations are spilling into safety, as considerations mount in Australia and america about China’s latest cope with the Solomon Islands.

How will Australia’s new authorities sort out China’s rising affect within the Pacific?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra

Company:

Carlyle Thayer – Emeritus professor on the College of New South Wales and director of Thayer Consultancy

Anna Skarbek – CEO of Climateworks Centre

Gregory Melleuish – Professor of historical past and politics on the College of Wollongong