In the space of months, we've gone from a multi-billion-dollar 'back in black' surplus to a deficit higher than at any time since World War II. The inferno of Covid has exposed flaws in our systems and institutions that have been papered over in our three-decades-long economic expansion.
Down, down, emissions are down. That’s the call from one government MP, as updated projections confirm Australia is on track to meet and beat its 2030 Paris target, thanks to strong and practical action to reduce emissions by the Morrison Government.
How is it that a nation inhabiting the least populated continent in the world, with some of the highest wages in the world (with the highest minimum wage in the world) cannot house all its people or create an affordable stock of housing?