Could Australia be punished for polluting?

The Prime Minister Scott Morrison argues Australia is doing more than its share to combat climate change, but it's becoming increasingly clear that parts of the rest of the world see us as one of the bad guys. In Europe, leaders are finalising plans to punish countries with high emissions, using trade as their weapon, and some of our other allies are expected to follow suit. So are Australian companies in their sights? And if that pattern continues, could it force the Government to be more ambitious with its climate change policy? Featured: Frank Muller, Former Australian and NSW government climate policy advisor Kath Sullivan, ABC National Rural Reporter, Parliament House, Canberra

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