Barnaby Joyce warns against being ‘forced into a corner’ over climate targets | Politics | ABC News

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The Nationals leader says the party may not decide on a net zero by 2050 plan before next month’s global climate conference, saying the plan would be shot down if a decision was forced sooner.

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