Monday, July 15, 2013


Xcel: Carbon tax assumption inflates Boulder savings - Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder's promise to provide greener power at lower rates than Xcel Energy depends on the eventual implementation of a carbon tax with uncertain political prospects, Xcel contends in a position paper critiquing the city's case for a municipal utility.
Carbon tax change to cost Tasmania $60 million - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Tasmania's Treasury has indicated the early introduction of an emissions trading scheme will leave a big hole in the state budget.
Scrapping of carbon tax threatens carbon [dioxide hoax scam swindle] farming - ABC Rural (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Research and lobby group, the Australian Farm Institute, says carbon farming won't be profitable for years, if an emissions trading scheme is fast tracked.
Twitter / aDissentient: There is now a transcript of ...
There is now a transcript of the interview available here

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