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The country is paying for the Coalition's 'adhockery' on energy policy | Chris Bowen

Political systems decide what and what not to contest on a partisan basis. Surely Australia can be mature enough to agree on climate change The word "adhockery", I am told, was first used around 1890. But this term, which denotes an over-reliance on temporary solutions rather than on consistent, long-term plans deserves a renaissance when it comes to energy policies of the Turnbull government. Has it really come to this? We are seriously being told that what we need to do is keep open a 50-year-old coal-fired power station for another five years from 2022. And this power station is generally regarded as the least efficient and most rundown we have. We've reached a new low point in adhockery. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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