Shadow Education Minister tanya_plibersek says all of Labor’s policies are up for review but maintains she is for an “ambitious pollution reduction target”.
Shadow Education Minister Tanya Plibersek says all of Labor’s policies are up for review but maintains she is for an “ambitious pollution reduction target”. \n\nLabor's 2030 carbon emissions target could be scrapped with concerns an Albanese government would not have time to achieve the desired target if they were elected in 2022.\n\nThe contentious target cut of 45 per cent should be changed to focus on a net zero emissions target for 2050, according to the Australian.\n\n“It’s really the government that needs to be answering some questions about what’s happening with climate change policy… we are on the 15th or 16th version of their energy policy and we continue to see billions of dollars of tax payers money spent, despite the fact that pollution continues to rise,” she said.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia
Shadow Education Minister Tanya Plibersek says all of Labor’s policies are up for review but maintains she is for an “ambitious pollution reduction target”. Labor's 2030 carbon emissions target could be scrapped with concerns an Albanese government would not have time to achieve the desired target if they were elected in 2022. The contentious target cut of 45 per cent should be changed to focus on a net zero emissions target for 2050, according to the Australian. “It’s really the government that needs to be answering some questions about what’s happening with climate change policy… we are on the 15th or 16th version of their energy policy and we continue to see billions of dollars of tax payers money spent, despite the fact that pollution continues to rise,” she said. Image: News Corp AustraliaRead more: Sky News Australia
tanya_plibersek Mary_AnneHolden Tanya, Shadow Education Minister says all of Labors policies are up for review but maintains she is for an 'ambitious pollution reduction target'! 'Keep Up The Good Fight' Tanya!XXX tanya_plibersek And of course the member for Hunter is talking up a carbon tax, so we are getting a pretty good idea of what Labor's climate policy will look like. It is also becoming clear that Labor will be looking at winding back border protection.
tanya_plibersek TP almost as silly as KK tanya_plibersek And they will lose again tanya_plibersek tanya_plibersek CO2 is life. Its not bloody pollution tanya_plibersek Anyone can be 'ambitious' but are the policies going to drive up electricity prices? Are you going to stop or shut down Coal mining, Coal generation? Jobs will go and you have nothing to replace it. Labor as usual getting into the same as Greens: unviable Policies for naive minds
tanya_plibersek This woman has done ZERO since she was first elected to parliament. She and the rest of Labor are a joke tanya_plibersek FFS. CO2 is NOT pollution. Labor obviously wants to stay in perpetual opposition tanya_plibersek Define pollution Tanya. Please because your ouw green policies cause pollution
tanya_plibersek Education and pollution mentioned in the same tweet. Of course all that hot air from teachers and the shadow education person is not improving NAPLAN scores but is contributing to pollution.
'Chinese-born population could exceed English-born population in Australia for first time' | Sky News AustraliaAustralia's permanent migration levels have dropped to their lowest in a decade under the Morrison government, however, net overseas migration sits at 230,000 - the highest in our history.\n\nSpeaking to Sky News The Australian's Adam Creighton said over the last five-year numbers of people moving from China has increased by 50 per cent while the Indian migrant rate has risen to 56 per cent.\n\nMr Creighton said if we were to assume growth continues at the same rate over the next five years, 'the Chinese-born population could exceed the English born population in Australia for the first time'.\n\nOver the past five years, the rate of growth for the Indian-born population was around 56 per cent - about nine times faster than the overall population.\n\nHe said the “skew” of the “generous” immigration program is shifting to the lower-skilled, which sees downward pressure on wages for low-skilled jobs across the board.\n\n Sky News pretending like race means anything… In other words we're slowly being invaded until we're outnumber. Disgusting.
tanya_plibersek Ambition is good, fanaticalism is doom. Ambition has to include reality & reality needs to include options that may soften ambition. The message is small steps often work much better than huge strides. tanya_plibersek Remove tanya.. there's your pollutant reduction. tanya_plibersek tanya_plibersek Have you consulted with Chairman Swanny.
tanya_plibersek Yeah good keep your economy wrecking policies going and stay in opposition tanya_plibersek good that will lose them the next election she must be going against swanny tanya_plibersek please take action on climate change Tanya, please we beg you to go to the next election with 100% renewables a 16 year old Swedish girl told me we will be in hot house Earth in 10 years
tanya_plibersek Is she still around? tanya_plibersek Shorten took labour beyond the left into Marxist revolutionary communism. Sounds like Tanya wants more time in opposition. tanya_plibersek If she wants a pollution reduction target then she should resign and take the rest of the clueless labor frontbench with her.
Rural Australia ‘on its knees’ with ‘no financial muscle left to fight’ | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Alan Jones says rural Australia is “on its knees” with “no financial muscle left to fight back” unlike anything seen to date as locals face drought, dust storms and bushfires.\n\n“Dust storms are metaphorically the tears of the bush, blowing the wind,” Mr Jones said.\n\nThe broadcaster has called upon Prime Minister Scott Morrison to declare a national disaster and to “apply all the nation’s resources to saving rural Australia before it is too late”. \n\nHe said Mr Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese must “step up” with bipartisan support and work as one to fight “the monster” of nature that has consumed the country’s heartland.\n\n“This is a war situation, only this time nature has declared war on us all,” Mr Jones said.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia AlanJones ScottMorrisonMP AlboMP We don’t listen to him anymore thanks AlanJones ScottMorrisonMP AlboMP if only we had, say, $80m to help out our struggling farmers... oh bugger, some dipshit grifting mob in federal government gave it to a shell company in the tax-haven of The Cayman Islands AlanJones ScottMorrisonMP AlboMP AlanJones needs to step down after his delusional commentary for Coconut price. His own issues relating to boys is another reason why should drop him.
tanya_plibersek Labor is stupid they have gone to far left of politics look at the results after the QLD and the Federal Election... tanya_plibersek In other words, we have no standards or principles other than it's your fault. And the principle that you have to pay tanya_plibersek Soory but you will stay out of power until you wake up to reality!
tanya_plibersek We all are..... tanya_plibersek nothing should be up for review just destroy this government albo is a pussy Labor needs a street fighter like tony burke to lead them auspol tanya_plibersek then she can look forward to more years in opposition ! ( HOPEFULLY ) tanya_plibersek Pollution or CO2? Not the same thing!
When farmers do it tough ‘we’re all hit’ | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Peta Credlin says if the drought goes on long enough “we’re all hit” because ultimately when farmers do it tough big cities suffer higher food prices and small operators are driven out of business.\n\nMs Credlin said Australia doesn’t have a water problem but a water management problem which early settlers evaded because today’s “dam-phobia” is putting communities at risk.\n\nShe pointed to 'the religion of environmentalism' as being responsible, with the 'climate cult' preaching emergency claims despite dams being 'the only way' to tackle issues they're concerned about, such as water. \n\nMs Credlin said the government has money on the table for new dams but “under the influence of the climate zealots the states have mostly just dithered”. \n\nShe said there was “no bigger issue for the prime minister than to look at the state of water policy in this country.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia 😳😙🤔🤣🤣🤣🤣😳😳😳 It's Ron Burgundy! ThisisRaysBlog RitaPanahi theboltreport rowandean What happens in real estate in an established market where special interests are involved? The market is restricted to prop up prices. This was always going to be the case with these corrupt water & carbon trading markets as I warned about.
Gladys Liu would be ‘scalped’ if she wasn’t a Liberal | Sky News AustraliaFormer Labor Senator Sam Dastyari has compared the fracas engulfing Liberal MP Gladys Liu — who is under scrutiny for her links to Chinese foreign influential groups — to his resignation over ties to billionaire businessman Huang Xiangmo and statements on the South China Sea.\n\nDuring a fiery interview with Sky News host David Speers, Mr Dastyari said if Ms Liu wasn’t a member of the Liberal Party, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and others would be calling for her “scalp”.\n\n“The fact she’s a member of the Liberal Party and a member of the government is the only reason she’s surviving right now,” he said. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia Duh!
Qld fires ‘preyed upon by vultures’ of climate movement | Sky News AustraliaSky News host Andrew Bolt says the Queensland bush fires are being “exploited” and “preyed upon by the vultures” of the global warming movement. \n\nHe said the “scaremongers” have not used satellite data and science journals to “look at the bigger picture”. \n\nMr Bolt said a recent NASA study has found that bush fires in Australia has declined in land burned each year over 18 years.\n\nImage: News Corp Australia\n THIS IS THE BIGGER PICTURE YOU CONTINUE TO IGNORE ANDREW 👇 Auspol The reality of Climate Change is hitting home! Only a few idiots believe Bolt these days. Auspol CSIRO says fires have increased 40%. Obviously thats caused by all the colder wetter weather.
Johnson's suspension of parliament unlawful, Scottish court rules | Sky News AustraliaBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is unlawful, a Scottish court has ruled.\n\nThe case was originally dismissed at the Court of Session last week, where Judge Lord Doherty said it was for politicians and not the courts to decide on shutting down the Commons and Lords for five weeks.\n\nHowever, three judges of the Inner House - the supreme civil court in Scotland - disagreed with that ruling on Wednesday.\n\nA summary handed down said 'this was an egregious case of a clear failure to comply with generally accepted standards of behaviour of public authorities'.\n\nThe United Kingdom government plans to appeal the latest ruling at the Supreme Court — the highest judicial body in the country.\n\nImage: AP Hahaha watch it be over turned lol Go Boris... bring Brexit over the line So is blatantly going against the explicit decision of the people in a referendum to leave the EU.