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Australia suspends emissions trading proposal

The U.S. isn’t the only place where the legislature and the electoral cycle conspire to frustrate action on climate change. Australia’s Labor government just put on hold its emissions trading bill, which faced a third defeat in the Senate. Some think the fight will resume right after elections.

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