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Abbott blows his carbon budget in first Direct Action auction : Renew Economy http://reneweconomy.com.au/2015/abbott-blows-his-carbon-budget-in-first-direct-action-auction-26282

Abbott blows his carbon budget in first Direct Action auction

Tony Abbott missing signs of world's switch to carbon trading, experts say

The world's two largest economies - China and the US - are increasingly adopting carbon trading to cut greenhouse gas emissions, contrary to suggestions by Prime .

Abbott’s Maligned Carbon-Cut Measures Face French Scrutiny

Abbott’s Maligned Carbon-Cut Measures Face French Scrutiny

Prime Minister Tony Abbott may get a taste of mounting international pressure for Australia to curb its carbon emissions when he meets France’s President Francois Hollande in Paris.

The carbon tax DID reduce carbon emissions, ANU study finds.

Climate and carbon risks are fast becoming a concern on financial, not ethical grounds.

How Greg Hunt wrongly muddies the carbon tax effect | Business Spectator

How Greg Hunt wrongly muddies the carbon tax effect

Climate Council says weak government action on climate change was undermining defence force’s ability to respond to severe weather events

Lack of planning for climate change puts Australia behind its allies, report finds

The "Ozzies" have been poorly led on climate change issues for years - & even with a change in leadership there are signs that their leadership could continue to dither!

Climate change must be on the G20 agenda: Paul Keating. Paul Keating: US-China emissions deal exposes 'nonsense' of Abbott's policies.

Paul Keating: US-China emissions deal exposes 'nonsense' of Abbott's policies

Did anyone notice that Australia now has a carbon trading scheme? : Renew Economy http://reneweconomy.com.au/2014/anyone-notice-australia-now-carbon-trading-scheme-87832 #auspol

Senator Xenophon’s “Safeguard Mechanism” amendment to the Direct Action legislation keeps Australia in the fight against climate change.

Conventional wisdom says green tape is needed to protect the environment but comes at an economic cost.

A top research outfit has made a ground-breaking analysis of the economic effects of environmental policies, often derided as "green tape.

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