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Climate and energy policy has long been a miserable field of play for Australian politicians.
This week, federal Labor MP Joel Fitzgibbon has quit his party's frontbench over concerns his party was too ambitious in its climate policy, sparking another round of internal warfare over the issue.
He has since called on since called for Labor's long-time climate change and energy spokesman Mark Butler to be removed from the portfolio.
In this episode, climate and environment editor Nick O’Malley is joined by climate and energy correspondent Mike Foley to discuss why climate policy is so divisive in Australia.
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