Daily update: Abbott praises coal, gas, dog-whistles to nuclear

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Daily update: Abbott praises coal, gas, dog-whistles to nuclear lobby

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Renew Economy editor@reneweconomy.com.au via mail67.atl51.rsgsv.net

3:16 PM (10 minutes ago)

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Abbott praises coal, gas, dog-whistles to nuclear lobby; Why “experts” get it wrong on wind and solar; Carnergie receives first ARENA payment for CETO 6 project; Tritium partners with James Cameron for deep-sea dive; Community calls on Alcoa to shut down coal plant; A climate of terror?Keystone XL will spike oil demand and c02, study says; Increase in flights will outweigh carbon cuts; and EV-Lite project reduces battery weight 41%.
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