It’s not impossible for Morrison to land a grand emissions bargain. It’s just very hard | Katharine Murphy


So far the PM’s new rhetoric on net zero doesn’t match the substance and the only way that will change is if he can corral the Nationals

Back in the olden times, when circumstances required John Howard to backflip, he made a performance of it. Howard’s purpose was simple: the prime minister wanted everyone to notice the shift.

Scott Morrison isn’t from the Howard backflip school. His style is more liquid. But I think Morrison wanted voters to notice when his language shifted significantly on Australia achieving net zero emissions by 2050 – a pivot that followed Joe Biden’s victory in the US election.

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