Amber Jamieson December 2, 2011 12 Comments
A new report found that coverage of the carbon price legislation was overwhelming negative, with only 15% of the articles in Australian newspapers viewing the policy in a positive light.
Crikey November 10, 2011
Considering the largest environmental policy Australia has ever seen was passed into law by government this week, it seems appropriate to write something on Rooted about it. There’s a few articles in the pipeline about the new carbon tax law — including a clarifier on “what is carbon farming?” — and there will obviously be […]
Crikey October 6, 2011 56 Comments
Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus write: As two Americans watching from the sidelines as Australia tears itself apart over a carbon tax, it is impossible not to be reminded of our own country’s self-destructive battle over cap and trade in 2009 and 2010. And little wonder why: the Left and Right partiesin Australia have adopted […]
Crikey September 7, 2011 30 Comments
Throughout 2011, Australia’s best-funded environment organisations have been united in support of the Labor government’s push to establish a carbon price. Not everyone, it seems, thinks this is a good thing.
Crikey July 25, 2011 8 Comments
This weekend multi-billion dollar vested interest groups launched their $10 million “no campaign” against a price on pollution.
Crikey July 15, 2011 44 Comments
Andrew Glikson, earth and palaeoclimate scientist at the Australian National University, writes: Professor Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, chief climate science advisor of the German government and keynote speaker at the Four Degrees or More? Australia in a hot world conference held this week in Melbourne, made a point on Lateline that even the least-informed should be able to understand: […]
Crikey July 11, 2011 15 Comments
For a look at how the commentariat are judging Gillard’s carbon price, check out the commentary wrap on the Crikey website. It also contains details of the policy from the cost of carbon ($23 a tonne) to how much compensation industry will get ($9.2 billion). Ellen Sandell writes: Yesterday the Sunday Telegraph ran a headline […]