Nigel Nelson on the ‘difficult path to tread’ ahead of Anthony Albanese in tackling climate change

GBNews published this video item, entitled “Nigel Nelson on the ‘difficult path to tread’ ahead of Anthony Albanese in tackling climate change” – below is their description.

‘[Albanese] won’t want to damage the economy by not producing coal. Equally, he’s got to do something radical to combat climate change which has been wrecking the country.’

Nigel Nelson on the Australian election and ‘difficult path to tread’ ahead of Anthony Albanese.

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