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Bandt to get more fired up on coal

GREENS leader Adam Bandt fears the growing number of independent candidates standing for action on climate change will cut the Greens’ lunch in the next federal election.

Bandt wants to halt thermal coal exports by 2030 and metallurgical coal exports by 2040.

Bandt wants to halt thermal coal exports by 2030 and metallurgical coal exports by 2040.

These independent candidates are targeting marginal electorates such as Wentworth in Sydney and Goldstein in Melbourne after the success of Zali Stegall in the seat of Warringah. To maintain any relevance...

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