Australia’s biggest carbon emitters set for uncertain future under Labor | The Business | ABC News

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With the Greens set to hold more power in the Senate, big business will be pushed to act on climate change. Many companies say they are on track to reduce carbon emissions, while others are falling behind on 2030 targets.

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