IEA calls for more coal and oil as politicians ‘demand’ more climate action: Credlin

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has advised European countries to burn more coal and oil, while our governments and opposition crumble to demand ever more climate action, says Sky News presenter Peta Credlin.

Ms Credlin said the IEA’s advice comes in case Russia cuts off its gas supply in the upcoming northern winter.

“While we are not dependent on Russian gas here in Australia, our politicians are too cowardly to even discuss nuclear power.

“This race to renewable energy, which the Prime Minister wants to ramp up rapidly, is actually making us dependent on China, because the solar panels and wind turbines that we need to install here, and that need to be replaced every decade or so, are almost All made in China.

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