Is a weak economy a valid reason to cut climate projects?

Is a weak economy a valid reason to cut climate projects?
Plans to limit emissions have been shelved for at least a year as the Australian Government focus on economic recovery. Is this a cop out or the inevitable cause of economic circumstances?
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