The Climate Election that Wasn't

This year's Australian Federal Elections turned out to be one of the biggest upsets in recent history, with incumbent Scott Morrison's conservative Liberal Party staying in power. Our reporter, Kristi Cheng, investigates how this came to be, and what it might mean for Australia's climate policies.

Filming and editing by Tara Juan and Liam Luangrathrajasombat

Kristi Cheng is a recent graduate of a Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) from the University of Sydney. She is a recipient of an Australia-Korea Foundation international media fellowship and the founder of 'Therapaws: a student-led mental health and well-being initiative' at her university. She is a newbie journalist based in Sydney but has dreams of a future lifestyle that involves living among eucalyptus trees, with koalas.

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