Posted March 01, 2020 08:51:22The WA Government is poised to announce a series of climate change regulations in the coming months, which could potentially affect the way the state looks at its future climate change policies.
Key points:The Government has already released a draft climate change policy, which sets out how it will manage greenhouse gas emissions and its role in reducing the impacts of climate changes on the state’s economy and communitiesClimate change policy is expected to be published this monthThe draft has already been approved by the WA Cabinet, but the government is yet to release a draft policy that is now expected to set out how the state will manage its greenhouse gas emission and its involvement in reducing climate change impacts on the WA economy and the state.
The draft climate policy, known as the Climate Change Policy, is expected this month and is likely to be approved by WA’s cabinet, but it is still unclear how it is being implemented.
Key facts:The draft policy is a key part of WA’s Climate Change Action Plan, which is expected in 2018The draft is expected set out the state Government’s commitment to tackling climate change and the need for a sustainable futureClimate change is the main focus of the draft climate action plan.
In the draft, WA is described as a “developing state” with an estimated population of more than 10 million.
The state is also expected to play a significant role in the Australian Government’s Climate Action Plan and it will be part of a new Government policy that will set out WA’s greenhouse gas commitments and how the Government will manage those commitments.WA’s climate policy is also likely to set a key benchmark for other states to follow.
The Government is already releasing a draft of the Climate Climate Change Policies draft, which has been approved and is expected soon.
The document sets out the Government’s goals and responsibilities, and it is expected the policy will be released in 2018.
The draft contains a number of key sections, including:It says the Government is committed to developing a climate policy that meets the Commonwealth’s national climate goals.
It says WA will continue to invest in the development of a green economy and sustainable economic development.
It says we will work with industry to develop climate-friendly policies that will help protect the environment and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
In other words, the Government has committed to a climate plan that can meet its national targets.
It also says the plan is based on an analysis of existing policy frameworks, which means the Government can apply different approaches depending on what it thinks is needed to meet its targets.
The key point to bear in mind is that the Government expects the Climate Action plan will cover the whole of WA.
The Climate Change policy has already already been published and has been endorsed by the State Government, which will then make a decision on whether it is approved.
It is also possible the draft policy could be changed.
The government has not yet released a final draft, and the draft has not been made public, but experts say there are likely to come a number different revisions to the policy over time.
“I think there’s an enormous amount of uncertainty in the climate change debate and what’s going to happen over the next few years,” Professor Andrew Mackay from the University of WA, told ABC Perth.
“The more you look at it, the more I think we’re going to see some different approaches.”
In terms of what the Government might decide, I think that the draft is going to be the best thing for WA.
“Professor Mackay said it was possible that changes to the draft could come before the end of this year.”
We do think that it’s probably better to have a policy that was released earlier and is more in line with what we’ve already published, so that we can work out the specifics of what’s being proposed,” he said.
Professor Mackai said he believed the draft was “pretty good” and the WA Government had already committed to taking “action on climate change”.
Professor Mack said he thought the draft had the potential to be a “big, big deal” for the state, given the potential for it to influence the way other states acted.”
It’s probably one of the most important policies that we’re introducing into the legislative system,” he added.
Topics:environment,climate-change,government-and-politics,welfare,womens-unions,wagga-2557,canberra-2600,sa,canadaMore stories from Western Australia