Australia’s de-facto carbon price at record high, may reach $50 per tonne | RenewEconomy

Australian carbon credits tipped to jump to $50 per tonne, riding surge in corporate demand even as federal government sits idle on climate policy.
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despite Doolittle Scomo no climate policy

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