Australia Says No to Net Zero Climate Cuts

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed that he intends to take a net zero climate change policy to the next federal election.

This is a blatant betrayal of the commitment the Coalition Government made to the Australian people prior to the last federal election in 2019 when climate alarmist policies of this nature were overwhelmingly rejected.

Savage climate change cuts, like those proposed by Scott Morrison, will have a devastating effect on our nation’s economy. Modelling has projected that net zero by 2050 could lead to job losses in the hundreds of thousands.


It is time for the people of Australia to send a message to their elected representatives by saying no to net-zero climate change cuts.

If you support putting the livelihoods and quality of life of Australians ahead of the climate change alarmists policies mandated by the United Nations, and supported by the Liberal/National Coalition, Labor and the Greens, sign this petition and make your voice heard.

Read One Nation leader Senator Pauline Hanson’s letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce calling for a rejection of net-zero climate change targets by clicking on this link: Letter to the PM

Watch Senator Hanson go head-to-head with National's Senator, Matt Canavan, by clicking on the video link here.

We are committed to doubling our advertising budget and rolling out our Nat-Zero campaign, should Barnaby Joyce and the Nationals support any new United Nations climate deals ahead of the Federal election.

Senator Pauline Hanson will act to protect the loss of an estimated 653,000 jobs in agriculture and mining if Australia surrenders its sovereignty to the UN by committing to net zero emissions by 2050.

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