Why Australia is accused of cheating during climate talks

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The Morrison government often claims that it 'meets and beats' its carbon emissions reduction targets. Those targets - first set during a major climate convention in Kyoto back in 1997 - actually tell a story of how Australia’s behaviour across decades has made it a climate change outcast. Guardian Australia's environment team, Graham Readfern and Adam Morton, take a look at how Australia's behaviour at the 1997 UN climate convention cast the dye for decades to come.

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