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ENVIRONMENT—CLIMATE CHANGE

The Leader of the Australian Greens (Senator Milne), pursuant to notice of motion not objected to as a formal motion, moved general business notice of motion no. 1291—That the Senate notes that:

 (a) climate change is still the greatest moral, economic and social challenge of our time; and

 (b) the Coalition's Direct Action Plan, which was announced before the last election in 2010, still has not received public support from a single Australian economist or industry group.

Question put.

The Senate divided—

AYES, 36

Senators—

Bilyk

Bishop

Brown

Cameron

Carr, Kim

Crossin

Di Natale

Farrell

Feeney

Furner

Gallacher

Hanson-Young

Hogg

Lines

Ludlam

Ludwig

Lundy

Marshall

McEwen (Teller)

McLucas

Milne

Moore

Polley

Pratt

Rhiannon

Siewert

Singh

Stephens

Sterle

Thistlethwaite

Thorp

Urquhart

Waters

Whish-Wilson

Wong

Wright

NOES, 31

Senators—

Back

Bernardi

Birmingham

Boswell

Boyce

Bushby

Cash

Colbeck

Cormann

Edwards

Eggleston

Fawcett

Fierravanti-Wells

Fifield

Heffernan

Humphries

Johnston

Joyce

Kroger (Teller)

Macdonald

Mason

McKenzie

Nash

Parry

Payne

Ronaldson

Ruston

Ryan

Sinodinos

Smith

Williams

Question agreed to.