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Shorten’s emissions plan isn’t enough, but it’s a start

Crikey readers discuss Bill Shorten's emissions policy, and the orphans of Australian Islamic State fighters.

What will it take for genuine change in climate policy?

Crikey readers discuss climate policy, national funds, and the Carla McGrath removal.

The repeal of a functioning, low-impact carbon price is an economic attack on future generations, and they will damn us for it.

Carbon repeal: condemning our children for cheap political points

The repeal of a functioning, low-impact carbon price is an economic attack on future generations, and they will damn us for it.

Adding an open-ended market element to Greg Hunt's carbon abatement auction could tempt otherwise-frightened firms into the emissions reduction game.

Here’s a Liberals-friendly idea to get abatement revving

Adding an open-ended market element to Greg Hunt's carbon abatement auction could tempt otherwise-frightened firms into the emissions reduction game.

Barack Obama says it's time to bypass "flat-earthers" and act on carbon. His plan invokes direct action -- doubling down on coal and power plant emissions. <b>Giles Parkinson</b> and <b>Sophie Vorrath</b> of <a href="http://www.reneweconomy.com.au/" target="_blank"><em>RenewEconomy</em></a> report.

Obama warms to climate fight with direct action Congress bypass

Barack Obama says it's time to bypass "flat-earthers" and act on carbon. His plan invokes direct action -- doubling down on coal and power plant emissions. Giles Parkinson and Sophie Vorrath of RenewEconomy report.

Anthea Harris has arguably been more involved in pricing carbon pollution than anyone else in Australia. How does the Climate Change Authority chief and veteran carbon adviser get things done in this fraught, controversial field? A background in consulting helped.

The Power Index: carbon cutters, Anthea Harris at #2

Anthea Harris has arguably been more involved in pricing carbon pollution than anyone else in Australia. How does the Climate Change Authority chief and veteran carbon adviser get things done in this fraught, controversial field? A background in consulting helped.

Tony Abbott is likely to rescind the current cap-and-trade legislation if he wins the next election, but it's easy to see the potential for a new carbon pricing scheme to develop out of the stump his axe created.

Will Abbott’s axe really kill carbon trading in Australia?

Tony Abbott is likely to rescind the current cap-and-trade legislation if he wins the next election, but it's easy to see the potential for a new carbon pricing scheme to develop out of the stump his axe created.

Repealing a carbon price will come with some complications, and not just for a government.

The consequences of repealing a carbon price

Repealing a carbon price will come with some complications, and not just for a government.

US President Barack Obama’s plans for climate reform look dead and buried by the widespread Republican victories in the nation's midterm elections. But at least there's California, writes <em>Climate Spectator</em>'s <b>Giles Parkinson</b>.

Republican-slide stifles clean energy plan

US President Barack Obama’s plans for climate reform look dead and buried by the widespread Republican victories in the nation's midterm elections. But at least there's California, writes Climate Spectator's Giles Parkinson.

Copenhagen changes nothing for Australian policymakers -- but that won't stop politicians from using it as a political weapon.

No regrets on the road from
Copenhagen

Copenhagen changes nothing for Australian policymakers -- but that won't stop politicians from using it as a political weapon.

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