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'Direct Action' could meet emissions target if Coalition allows changes 24.8.2014 Guardian: Environment

Research shows amendments from senator Nick Xenophon would meet 2020 emission reduction target of 5%

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We need to call out Abbott's climate nihilism 23.8.2014 Guardian: Environment
It's hard to pin down exactly what prime minister Tony Abbott really believes on climate change, but his policies could only have been developed by someone who believes global warming is a hoax. Continue reading...
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Clive Palmer to host world climate change convention at his resort 18.8.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Palmer says major international leaders will attend the 17 November event, one day after Brisbanes G20 meeting

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Local Briefs 10.8.2014 Durango Herald
Rotary Club of Durango to meet TuesdaySteve Ruddell of CarbonVerde, LLC will speak to the Rotary Club of Durango at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Strater Hotel, 699 Main Ave. After first presenting on the U.S. national climate policy since 2007 and where it is today, Ruddell will talk on how he is helping forestland owners access...
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Put a price on nature? We must stop this neoliberal road to ruin 24.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
The failure of the markets hasn't stopped the rise of the gobbledygook-filled Nature Capital Agenda. We can This is the transcript of George Monbiot's SPERI Annual Lecture, hosted by the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Sheffield. Ladies and gentlemen, we are witnessing the death of both the theory and the practice of neoliberal capitalism. This is the doctrine which holds that the market can resolve almost all social, economic and political problems. It holds that people are best served, and their prosperity is best advanced, by the minimum of intervention and spending by the state. It contends that we can maximise the general social interest through the pursuit of self-interest. "[the government] is a self-seeking flea on the backs of the more productive people of this world. ... governments do not run countries, they parasitize them." Look, we are failing spectacularly to protect the natural world and we are failing because people arent valuing it enough. Companies ...
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Today on New Scientist 18.7.2014 New Scientists HIV
All the latest on newscientist.com: why we should save weird species first, US libraries reinvented, hunting Australia's WIMPs underground and ...
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Australia will pay dearly for repealing its carbon tax 18.7.2014 New Scientist: Living World
Axing Australia's landmark carbon tax will probably lead to higher greenhouse gas emissions, and a loss of confidence in carbon trading schemes ...
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Australia repeals controversial carbon tax. Will others follow? 18.7.2014 MinnPost
Sydney —  Australia  has become the first nation in the developed world to wind back legislation aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, after the Senate voted to scrap the controversial carbon tax on Thursday. The vote has delivered a major victory to the conservative government of  Prime Minister Tony Abbott , who went into last year’s election promising to abolish the “toxic tax” which he said threatened the nation’s economy, the world's 12th largest. After days of tense negotiations the repeal bill passed the Senate 39 to 32. The scrapping of the carbon tax comes as Australia prepares to host the  G20 summit  in Brisbane in November.  United States   President Barack Obama , who recently unveiled a plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants by 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels, wants climate change to be one of the main items on the G20’s agenda. But Mr. Abbott, who has questioned the science of human-caused climate change, is resisting the move. The issue was a  major sticking ...
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Australias carbon tax abolition draws international criticism 18.7.2014 Guardian: Environment

Al Gore calls it a disappointing step and European Union says world is moving towards carbon pricing initiatives

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Direct Action climate policy way off target, industry groups tell Tony Abbott 18.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Prime minister is warned by host of experts that Coalition's policy is not enough to meet 5% emissions reduction target

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Australia Repeals An Unpopular Tax On Carbon Emissions 17.7.2014 NPR News
The tax was imposed on about 350 of the nation's top polluters under the country's previous center-left government.
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Tony Abbott hails demise of 'useless, destructive' carbon tax 17.7.2014 Guardian: Environment

Australian PM says parliament has 'finally listened' to the people and scrapped the emissions policy

Australia kills the carbon tax

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Australia's carbon tax is gone: a selection of the cheers, jeers and fears 17.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

On Thursday morning the Australian Senate voted to repeal the countrys environmental carbon pricing scheme. Below are some of the initial reactions to the move

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Australia kills off carbon tax 17.7.2014 Guardian: Environment

Senate makes good prime minister's pledge in blood to axe the tax, with nation unlikely to meet 5% emissions reduction target

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The carbon tax is dead and there is nothing credible to take its place 17.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Almost a decade of bruising debate has led to the absence of any serious policy alternative and paralysis over the way forward

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Carbon tax repealed: a short timeline of Australias long debate about emissions trading 17.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Fifteen years of discussion papers, taskforces, reports, wrangling, controversy and parliamentary votes

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UK calls for cancelling of carbon permits to revive EU emissions trading 16.7.2014 Guardian: Environment

Energy secretary, Ed Davey, says bold and comprehensive reforms needed to help ETS drive low-carbon investment

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Clive Palmer's changes may doom proposed emissions trading scheme 15.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Fresh amendments, including the addition of India to list of ETS partners, mean proposal has a bleak future

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Coalition wants to keep senators in their seats to clear bills backlog 15.7.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

Issues yet to be addressed include carbon and mining tax repeals, removal of foreign ownership limits on Qantas and abolition of health agencies

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Australia has a choice: join others to combat climate change, or stand alone | Bill Shorten 14.7.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
We can be proud that we are making our contribution to a global effort, or we can be embarrassed by our lethargy. Which one is it going to be? There is no doubt our earth is warming and our seas rising or that humankind is the cause. There is no evidence to refute this or any genuine scientific counterargument in the climate change debate. This is not " absolute crap ". It is the inescapable truth. If we do not act, the consequences will be severe. It is predicted we will endure more droughts, more bushfires, more floods, more storms more extremes. The damage to our coasts, our farmland, our forests and our animal life will be irretrievable and irreversible. And today, we must decide whether Australia will step up and play our ...
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