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Australia looking to an ‘exciting future’ with green and blue hydrogen

Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has called on world leaders to stop subsidising fossil fuels – accusing them of not doing enough to reduce emissions. 

Environment Minister Susan Ley told Sky News she could not forecast whether the Australian government would withdraw subsidies but said there was no one keener to reduce emissions than herself. 

She also highlighted the “rapid rate that we’re taking up renewables in Australia”. 

Ms Ley said if Australians listened to Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s “stretch technology targets and that constant message about energy technology not taxes, there’s an exciting future when it comes to green hydrogen, blue hydrogen”. 

“We know that our coastal ecosystems store four times more carbon than land and where there are huge opportunities where we can and do lead the world.”

Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has called on world leaders to stop subsidising fossil fuels – accusing them of not doing enough to reduce emissions.

Environment Minister Susan Ley told Sky News she could not forecast whether the Australian government would withdraw subsidies but said there was no one keener to reduce emissions than herself.

She also highlighted the “rapid rate that we’re taking up renewables in Australia”.

Ms Ley said if Australians listened to Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s “stretch technology targets and that constant message about energy technology not taxes, there’s an exciting future when it comes to green hydrogen, blue hydrogen”.

“We know that our coastal ecosystems store four times more carbon than land and where there are huge opportunities where we can and do lead the world.”

Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has called on world leaders to stop subsidising fossil fuels – accusing them of not doing enough to reduce emissions.

Environment Minister Susan Ley told Sky News she could not forecast whether the Australian government would withdraw subsidies but said there was no one keener to reduce emissions than herself.

She also highlighted the “rapid rate that we’re taking up renewables in Australia”.

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Ms Ley said if Australians listened to Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s “stretch technology targets and that constant message about energy technology not taxes, there’s an exciting future when it comes to green hydrogen, blue hydrogen”.

“We know that our coastal ecosystems store four times more carbon than land and where there are huge opportunities where we can and do lead the world.”

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