Peter Dutton’s criticism of climate targets reflects ‘cynicism’ of community

Peter Dutton’s criticism of climate targets reflects ‘cynicism’ of community

Former New South Wales Liberal Party leader Kerry Chikarovski says Peter Dutton’s criticism of Australia’s climate targets reflects the “cynicism” which is “widespread” in the community.

Opposition leader Peter Dutton says he will not quit the Paris Accord or give up on net zero.

It is understood Mr Dutton's recent dismissal of the 2030 climate target was due to the goal being unachievable.

“I think what Peter Dutton did was reflect the cynicism which is probably pretty widespread in the Australian community about the government’s ability to get to the target by 2030,” Ms Chikarovski told Sky News Australia.

“I saw that cynicism reflected in one of the questions that the Prime Minister was asked at that press conference about how they’re going to get there.”

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