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Barnaby Joyce has warned the Nationals will not back a 2050 net zero greenhouse gas emissions target without power reliability guarantees.
The deputy prime minister argues the United Kingdom's gas crisis, which has sent prices skyrocketing and triggered a carbon dioxide shortage, shows the need to be cautious on climate policy.
Carbon dioxide is used for such things as manufacturing and extending the life of packaged fruit and vegetables.
"I'm going to be really careful that we don't have the 1.5 million people in the UK who recently have lost their provider," Mr Joyce told reporters in Tamworth.
‘Deadset against': Morrison confirms talks under way on net zero amid pushback from Nationals
Scott Morrison has confirmed he is developing a plan to achieve net zero emissions but the Prime Minister still faces considerable pushback from some Nationals MPs with one saying he is "deadset" against the move.Nationals MP Darren Chester on Sunday morning announced his shock decision to quit the Nationals party room for at least a month, which could make Mr Morrison's bid to win support from his own side for a plan to reach net zero emissions by 2050 more difficult.
"I'm not going to support a process that leads to 850,000 people two nights ago losing their energy provider."
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg acknowledged a split within the coalition on climate change ambition after he made the economic case for a net zero target.
Mr Frydenberg said not shifting to cleaner power sources could lead to reduced capital markets access, which could affect interest rates and the viability of major projects.
"Australia has a lot at stake," he told the Australian Industry Group.
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"We cannot run the risk that markets falsely assume we are not transitioning in line with the rest of the world."
Joyce: I want Olympic gold if my fight was fixed
Joe Joyce believes he should be awarded Olympic gold after an investigation highlighted his defeat at Rio 2016 as one of 11 bouts suspected of being manipulated.The Londoner settled for silver five years ago after being on the wrong end of a split decision to France's Tony Yoka in their super-heavyweight final, one of several controversial judging decisions at the Games.
Labor's climate change spokesman Chris Bowen described the speech as a pathetic con job from someone with "net zero credibility" on climate action.
"Josh Frydenberg declaring that climate change is bad is like the captain of the Titanic deciding that icebergs are bad," he told reporters.
Mr Bowen said Mr Joyce had engaged in normal Liberal-National scaremongering about cleaner energy, sparking a counterattack from the Nationals leader.
Labor has committed to spending $20 billion on rewiring the electricity grid and $200 million on community batteries if it wins the next election.
The government is adamant its technology roadmap will guide $20 billion in funding decisions which will lead to lower carbon emissions.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison insists the government has made no commitments despite mounting expectation the target will be locked ahead of a major conference in November.
Australia has become increasingly isolated over its refusal to adopt a 2050 net zero emissions goal.
While an increasing number of moderate Liberals have urged the prime minister to adopt the target, Nationals and other conservative MPs oppose the move.
Barnaby Joyce criticises idea of federal ICAC amid calls for corruption body .
Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce compares the New South Wales Independent Commission Again Corruption to the Spanish Inquisition, three years after a similar body was proposed by the federal government. Gladys Berejiklian resigned as NSW Premier on Friday after the state's corruption watchdog revealed it was investigating claims she breached public trust when awarding grants to several community organisations. Ms Berejiklian has not been charged, but said she had no option but to resign as premier given ICAC would hold public hearings later this month to investigate any potential conflicts of interest.