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Why the Carbon Tax is not like the GST

Once the GST was passed by the Australian Parliament most people accepted the GST as a new tax, and a done deal. Many people may have whinged about its implementation, the dreaded BAS form, and all that is involved in the GST. Ultimately in the end, nearly everyone agrees that the Federal Government has to […]

Carbon Tax from July 1 2012

Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has announced Australia will have a Carbon Tax in place from 1st July 2012. Australians will then pay more for fuel and Electricity.

All Australian businesses will pay more for their energy use. Any overseas competitor in the USA or China will not have to pay a Carbon Tax.

Even if your […]

Tim Flannery appointed Climate Commissioner

Yet another climate change committee

The Federal Labor/Green alliance government, not content with wasting the taxpayers money on the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, is going to waste another $5.6 million dollars  on a Climate Commission headed by Tim Flannery. This Commission according to Minister Greg Combet  “It will provide expert advice on climate […]

Ross Garnaut says there will be more Cyclones

Economist Professor Ross Ganault says there will be more extreme weather events including more cyclones, and that’s why we need a carbon tax. He bases his claims on more extreme storms in the North Atlantic.

There is only one problem with this claim, there are less Hurricanes in the North Atlantic, especially over the last two […]

Climate Change and Cyclone Yasi

The Greens are at it already. Cyclone Yasi has not even reached the coast, and Christine Milne Australian Senator for the Greens is claiming it is a “tragedy of climate change”.

There have been 207 cyclones since 1858 along the East Coast of Australia since 1858. Were they all caused by Climate Change?

There are an average […]