CLIMATE SHOWDOWN | Scott Morrison set to take on US President Joe Biden over climate

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “CLIMATE SHOWDOWN | Scott Morrison set to take on US President Joe Biden over climate” – below is their description.

Sunrise Host David Koch speaks with Australia’s Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction, Angus Taylor. They discuss Scott Morrison and Joe Biden’s climate summit. Is Australia really doing enough, or are we dragging the chain? Plus, they discuss tax changes, job increases and the controversial Belt and Road agreement between Victoria and China.

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