Of course, all eyes in Australia are on Scott Morrison, who is gearing up to take part in the conference this year alongside the likes of Joe Biden, Boris Johnson, and even known advocates Greta Thunberg and David Attenburgh.

Sir David said that rich nations had a ‘moral responsibility’ to help the world’s poorest nations and it would “it’ll be too late.” if we do not act now.

Despite putting forward new models indicating Australia could achieve a 35 per cent emissions reduction by 2030, the coalition has agreed to cut emissions between 26 per cent and 28 per cent.

Energy minister Angus Taylor was vexed at the failure to publicise modelling which backs basic presuppositions on the economic impact of a 2050 target.

The Prime Minister said the new strategy will not cost jobs and would go ahead with its approach of ‘technology not taxes’.

‘Everyone else who doesn’t understand Australia, our economy and the challenges we have here are entitled to their opinions,’ re entitled to express what they think,’ he told the Seven Network on Wednesday.

Scott Morrison

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Scott John Morrison is an Australian politician serving as the 30th and current prime minister of Australia. He assumed office in August 2018 upon his election as leader of the Liberal Party. (wikipedia)


David Attenborough

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Jo Johnson

Joseph Edmund Johnson, Baron Johnson of Marylebone is a British politician who was Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation from July to September 2019, (wikipedia)


Boris Johnson

Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson is a British politician and writer serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since July 2019. (wikipedia)