Carbon Tax

In February 2011 Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the government’s plan for introducing a pricing mechanism for carbon. The plan, which was supported by the Greens and the independents Tony Windsor and Rob Oakeshott, involved establishing a fixed price for carbon for a period of three to five years before moving to an emissions trading scheme. The Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, condemned the Prime Minister for breaking her election promise not to introduce a carbon tax.

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Jos Valdman, Adelaide Advertiser,

Prime Time Sunday

Greg Smith, The Sunday Times,

What's All This About Then?

Jon Kudelka, The Australian,

La Trobe Valley Visit

Mark Knight, Herald Sun,

Pollution

Rolf Heimann, Overland,

We've Got to Start Early Tomorrow, Dear

David Pope, The Canberra Times,

Children of the Revolution

David Rowe, The Australian Financial Review,

Untitled

Warren Brown, The Daily Telegraph,

Extreme Democracy

Bruce Petty, The Age,

Mortgaging the Planet

Ron Tandberg, The Age,

CO2

Lindsay Foyle, Syndicated,

Carbon Cate and the Magnates

Cathy Wilcox, The Sydney Morning Herald,

Carbon Hot Air

John Shakespeare, The Sydney Morning Herald,

The Incredible Carbon Tax Machine

John Tiedemann, The Daily Telegraph,