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Climbing the mountain that is carbon pricing

The respective climate policies of the major parties for the 2010 Australian election bring no joy to those who want effective action to cut emissions. [20 July 2010 |┬áPeter Boyer] There can be few more depressing prospects than Election 2010. … Continue reading

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