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He mentions twice, 10 million a minute for Australian fossil fuel subsidies, actually more like 10 thousand a minute, should have also mentioned that we pay 5 thousand a minute for renewable subsidies.
Other than misrepresenting and exaggerating the cost of the subsidies well thought out discussion.
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