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I've been wondering whether or not to support the government's Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) - its inadequate, but isn't something better than nothing ? This speech by Greens Senator, Christine ...
2. Budget round up
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This year's budget and the submission to parliament of the CPRS didn't really have any surprises. The Green Party rightly criticised it as not being green enough, and even the Chinese got into the criticism. ...
... the significant flaws in CPRS, and why it won't reduce emissions by even 5% which won't keep CO2 levels to 450ppm which wouldn't keep temperature rise to 2 degrees, which wouldn't stop dangerous change ...
... by 2020. See the previous article on Australia's high per-capita emissions or my analysis of the CPRS.  ...
The government has released a new Renewable Energy Target of 20% by 2020. This is a big step forward from the old 2% target, although still a long way from enough to tackle climate change, and a long ...
Following on from my own analysis of the government's inadequate CPRS, here is the commentary from the Clean Energy Council calling for the need for a Renewable Energy Target since the capped rate is too ...
As I mentioned in my recent post on Australia's "Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme", Rudd has taken the unusual step of talking about how good Australia's per-capita cuts are, i.e. using Australia's projected ...
... of meeting the goal onto the next government (5% by 2020) and measures unlikely to even achieve those targets. The government chose to send someone to explain WHAT is in the CPRS, but no-one to explain ...