The government has spent years warning of the costs of action. Now the Liberals are presenting net zero as an opportunity
Keith Pitt, the resources minister, made headlines this week when he opened the boondoggle bidding on net zero. Pitt told Phil Coorey at the Australian Financial Review if Scott Morrison wanted agreement from the Nationals on a net zero target ahead of the Glasgow climate conference, he should put $250bn on the table.
Yes, that’s “b” for billion.