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POLICY: Malcolm Turnbull is embroiled in another climate change controversy. Photo: David Foote.

Coalition hot under the collar over climate

The government has kicked a remarkable own goal in its mismanagement of climate debate.

In the same week Malcolm Turnbull’s government (albeit temporarily) fished carbon pricing out of the dustbin of politically disastrous ideas, coal mining hopeful Adani has applied for a $1 billion loan to build a 500-kilometre rail link to a length of coast that skirts the Great Barrier Reef.

Adani still has to find $10 billion to fund what could be Australia’s biggest coal mine, with its plans for the Carmichael Mine having spent seven years in the courts, mired in regulatory processes and legal challenges.

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