Australian media: 59percent of voters are dissatisfied with Morrison

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 Australian media: 59percent of voters are dissatisfied with Morrison


Australian Prime Minister Morrison (source: Reuters)

[Global Times comprehensive report] Australia, which has been suffering from fire in recent months, is becoming the latest target of the worlds environmentalists. The Australian government has recently insisted on supporting the domestic coal industry, which is believed to be responsible for the fires and climate warming. If we succumb to the pressure of anti coal project protesters, it will be an insult to Australian Labor and coal demand in India, German voice said Thursday, quoting Australian Resources Minister carnawan Australian Prime Minister Morrison also strongly supports coal mining. The Carmel coal mine is one of the worlds largest untapped mines, from which combustion fuel is expected to emit 700 million tons of carbon dioxide. Many western environmental organizations, led by the Swedish green girl Samberg, called for large-scale protests and boycotted Siemens and other companies involved in the construction of the coal mine related projects. Its time for them to pay for their actions, AFP quoted environmental protesters as saying

In the context of climate change, this years wildfires in Australia have raised questions about Australias energy and climate policy, the BBC said. Thousands of environmentalists have taken to the streets of Australias major cities in recent days, accusing conservative Prime Minister Morrison of being ambivalent about environmental protection and believing that the Australian governments ineffective measures in energy conservation and emission reduction are the main culprit for the rampant mountain fires. They believe that the main reason for the unprecedented scale of fire is the warming caused by excessive carbon emissions. Australia is one of the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases per capita in the world, about 10 times the global average, the report said. Not only that, Australia, a resource exporter, is the second largest coal exporter in the world, as well as one of the important natural gas producers and exporters. Although Australia has signed the Paris Agreement on climate change, the Australian governments attitude is not positive. The reduction target set by Australia is to reduce carbon emissions by 26% - 28% by 2030 compared with the 2005 level. In December last year, the United Nations Environment Programme published a report saying that since 2017, Australia has had little improvement in climate policy, and it is expected that it will be difficult to achieve the original low emission reduction target by 2030. Australia is at the bottom of the 57 countries and regions listed in the climate change performance index, but the Morrison administration missed last years UN climate action summit and withdrew from the international fund to deal with climate change, the report said.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});)); the fire threatens the support rate of Australian Prime Minister, Reuters said, Morrison government failed to effectively deal with the forest fire and insisted on protecting the coal industry, causing strong dissatisfaction at home. According to the latest data released by newspool on the 13th, 59% of Australian voters expressed dissatisfaction with Morrison, with the dissatisfaction rate rising by 11 percentage points; only 37% were satisfied. Its the first big reversal in public opinion since he won the election last May. As the fire raged, Morrison defended his policies and coal mining, trying to persuade people that the Australian government should not be responsible for global warming. In an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on the 10th, he said that in the future, the Australian government will improve environmental protection policies and further reduce emissions, but he refused to restrict the mining and export of Australian coal. Many Australians believe that it is global warming that has caused the fires in Australia. On October 10, about 20000 people took to the streets of Sydney to protest, asking Morrison to resign and the government to implement stricter environmental protection and emission reduction policies. Source: editor in charge of Global Times: Li Chao, nb12814

The fire threatens Australias prime ministers support rate, Reuters said, the Morrison government failed to effectively deal with the forest fire, and insisted on protecting the coal industry, causing strong domestic dissatisfaction. According to the latest data released by newspool on the 13th, 59% of Australian voters expressed dissatisfaction with Morrison, with the dissatisfaction rate rising by 11 percentage points; only 37% were satisfied. Its the first big reversal in public opinion since he won the election last May. As the fire raged, Morrison defended his policies and coal mining, trying to persuade people that the Australian government should not be responsible for global warming. In an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on the 10th, he said that in the future, the Australian government will improve environmental protection policies and further reduce emissions, but he refused to restrict the mining and export of Australian coal. Many Australians believe that it is global warming that has caused the fires in Australia. On October 10, about 20000 people took to the streets of Sydney to protest, asking Morrison to resign and the government to implement stricter environmental protection and emission reduction policies.