It is not.
Coalition policy to hit 26% is rated as 'highly insufficient' according to @climateactiontr and in line with 4 degree global warming
Labor's 45% target is just within this band according to the Climate Change Authority.
All countries are expected to regularly ratchet up its target to align with 2 degrees.
And that figure comes from modelling that Fisher himself lists in his work.
Brian Fisher is a regular consultant to the @MineraIsCounciI and mining industry.
He claims he is paying for this work himself but he has a history of advising Coalition Governments against ambitious climate action dating back to Howard.
Warwick McKibben’s report for DFAT in 2015, multiple reports by leading academics like Frank Jotzo at the ANU, at UTS, Reputex, Frontier Economics, CSIRO, all show we can take stronger action on climate change with far smaller costs or with net benefits.
Why hasn't the Government used the hundreds of economists in the public service to advise it?
Because they wouldn't provide such dodgy work