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epa06124212 Emissions are seen from a factory at Broadwater in far northern New South Wales, Australia, 31 July 2017 (issued 04 August 2017. Australian media outlets report, 04 August 2017, that there is doubt Australia will meet emission cuts in the Paris agreement after a report from Australia's National Greenhouse Gas Inventory revealed a trend of increasing emissions in Australia. The level of emissions has reportedly increased since the government repealed a tax on carbon intensive companies in 2014. EPA/DAVE HUNT AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT


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