AUSTRALIAN PM says he’ll speak at ‘historic’ event in WA on July 1, as Labor warns it won’t take back control of Senate

Posted July 03, 2018 13:14:56 The Australian Prime Minister has warned he’ll talk at a historic event in Washington, DC on July 15th to “raise the alarm” about the US Government’s failure to pass key climate legislation.

Mr Turnbull says he will talk about “climate change and the need for change” at the event organised by the Climate Change Policy Institute (CCCII).

The event is expected to attract more than 3,000 people and will be hosted by the CCCI.

“I’ve already got a list of things I’d like to talk about with you,” Mr Turnbull said.

“The next two years are going to be very challenging,” Mr Abbott said. “

And I’ll talk to you about that.”

“The next two years are going to be very challenging,” Mr Abbott said.

“This is about changing that.” “

Climate change and Australia’s future in the Commonwealth article Posted June 30, 2018 18:43:11 “It’s going to have a major impact on Australia, and it’s going be a very big impact,” Mr Hockey said. “

This is about changing that.”

Climate change and Australia’s future in the Commonwealth article Posted June 30, 2018 18:43:11 “It’s going to have a major impact on Australia, and it’s going be a very big impact,” Mr Hockey said.

He also said the Government’s climate change policy is “not about climate change”.

“It has nothing to do with climate change,” he said.

Mr Hockey, who is in the US to hold talks with President Donald Trump, is also due to hold a meeting in Washington with former US President Barack Obama and former US Secretary of State John Kerry.

Mr Abbott is expected in the city for a summit on the world’s worst climate crisis with US Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Energy Anthony Grubb.

“There will be no talk of climate change, just economic development,” Mr Grubb said.

Senator John McCain says US should focus on jobs, economy and border deal, not climate change.

Senator McCain says the US should ignore climate change and focus on job creation, rather than climate change deal Posted June 29, 2018 15:29:55 US President Donald J Trump and his National Security Adviser Mike Pompeou are set to hold discussions in the White House on the issue of climate changes and the US’s border with Mexico.

Mr Trump, who has made global warming a key issue in his first year in office, has repeatedly pledged to “stop the killing”.

He has also said that he will “immediately withdraw” from the Paris climate accord.

“It is time for a change in the way we are doing business, and the way that we are living our lives,” Mr Trump said during a visit to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

“The fact that we’re having a conversation about the Paris Agreement and how we will deal with the impacts that it will bring, I think is very important,” Mr McCain said.

Mr Trump also told a group of business leaders that he plans to announce his intention to withdraw from the agreement. “

So we have to start addressing the problems of the future.”

Mr Trump also told a group of business leaders that he plans to announce his intention to withdraw from the agreement.

“Our country needs to get back to business as usual, get back in the business of our country,” Mr Pompeou said.

The President also said during the visit to Mar-A-Lago that the US will not be bound by the deal.

“You can’t be bound to a Paris Agreement, I won’t be, I have to go ahead and do my own thing,” Mr Spicer said.

Trump says he wants ‘great border deal’ with Mexico, not Paris deal Mr Trump has promised to renegotiate the terms of a major trade deal with Mexico and withdraw from a deal on climate change which is currently in force.

“One of the things that we’ll do is I’m going to renegotiated NAFTA, we’ll get rid of all of these regulations that are currently there, I’m not going to do it with the Paris deal, but with the new, fantastic border deal that we’ve got in the works,” Mr Duterte said.

Australia’s top climate change official says ‘huge’ opportunities for growth in WA article Posted May 28, 2018 07:40:51 Climate change is the fastest growing issue facing the country, with a “huge opportunity” for growth, according to the Prime Minister’s Climate Change Officer, Robyn Benson.

“In terms of how do we make the economy more resilient to climate change impacts, we need to do