Sharing the carbon price pain

Mullins, Michael
July 2011
Eureka Street;7/29/2011, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p58
The author focuses on the challenges encountered by the Federal Government in dealing with carbon emission prevention in Australia. The author mentions how the government faced its dilemma in dealing with carbon pricing scheme due to political issue and implemented tax cuts. The author also denotes other problems encountered by authorities such as incentives and compensation for the environmental cause.


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