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Carbon abatement needs a bipartisan policy approach

Posted on 01 July 2014

Clive Palmer’s extravagant, duplicitous foray into the carbon tax debate highlights the gullibility, naivety and inflexibility of the Greens and their dogmatic fellow travellers on the issue of what to do about climate change. In this case, the well-understood principle of “overshoot and collapse” refers not to former US vice-president Al Gore’s much-hyped environmental tipping points, but to the political overreach of the global-warming true believers.
The Greens, who refused to sign up to Labor’s emissions trading scheme, and Labor, which imposed the world’s most expensive carbon price on the nation, have only themselves to blame if, as seems likely, Australia is left without a meaningful carbon abatement policy………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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