Federal government lags all Australian states on renewable energy action, new report finds

WWF Australia awards commonwealth wooden spoon over missed opportunity at Cop26

The federal government has been ranked last behind all Australia’s states and the Northern Territory in the move toward clean energy, with a new report showing Tasmania, New South Wales and South Australia are leading the transition to renewables.

World Wide Fund for Nature – Australia’s second “renewable superpower” scorecard ranks Australian governments on their progress in switching to clean energy and developing new renewable export industries.

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