TITLE

Kevin Radd embraces climate suicide

AUTHOR(S)
Spratt, David
PUB. DATE
May 2009
SOURCE
Green Left Weekly;5/13/2009, Issue 794, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on the changes to the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) proposed by the Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. It notes several changes in the proposed scheme which include increasing the free permits to the big polluters, keeping the unlimited outsourcing of pollution in Australia, and setting a carbon price of 10 dollars per tonne. Furthermore, the grassroots movement made the first national Climate Action Summit to unanimously oppose the CPRS legislation.
ACCESSION #
51425847

 

Related Articles

  • Rudd's plans to float carbon price a sham. Pearse, Beck; Dehm, Julia // Chain Reaction;Aug2013, Issue 118, p24 

    The authors explore the reasons to oppose Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's proposal to accelerate the linking of the Australian emissions trading scheme (ETS) with the European Union (EU) ETS by 2015. They explain how the Australian ETS has reiterated the failures of the EU ETS...

  • What differences can manufacturers expect from Prime Minister Rudd? McDonald, Matt // Manufacturers' Monthly;Jul2013, p8 

    In this article, the author focuses on the impact of second coming of Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on the Australian automotive manufacturing industry. He informs that Rudd has announced that he will act on carbon price and carbon tax in 2013. He also mentions that politician Greg Combet...

  • Murdoch press cans for climate catastrophe. Clarke, Renfrey // Green Left Weekly;9/30/2009, Issue 812, p12 

    In this article the author offers his insights regarding Australia's carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) campaign. He cites the launched of the country's Global CCS Institute and comments on the policies implemented by the country's Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in the management of CCS. He also...

  • Kevin Rudd. McKew, Maxine // Bulletin with Newsweek;09/21/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6192, p44 

    Features Kevin Rudd, a Labor member of the Australian federal parliament. Career background; Views on United States-China relations.

  • Major parties' empty climate rhetoric. Harris, Lauren Carroll // Green Left Weekly;2/17/2010, Issue 826, p3 

    In this article the author reflects on the drop of support for Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) in Australia.

  • New government, same old racism. Watson, Sam // Green Left Weekly;6/3/2009, Issue 797, p7 

    In this article, the author discusses aspects of the laws instituted by the Australian government which affected the Australians relative to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apology for the policies and laws instituted by consecutive government.

  • $42 billion to stimulate profits. Matthews, Graham // Green Left Weekly;2/11/2009, Issue 782, p10 

    In this article, the author discusses the second economic stimulus package worth 42 billion dollars launched by the federal government of Australia which will cater on providing special grants for individuals, businesses and schools. He explores the benefits that the packages can offer to...

  • Australia's New Approach to Climate Change. Stockall, Ross // Economy, Culture & History Japan Spotlight Bimonthly;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p36 

    The article presents the new Australian approach to climate change under Prime Minister Kevin Rudd whose Labor Party won the November 2007 national election. Rudd ratified the Kyoto Protocol, allegedly his first official act. Discussions on the climate change policy under the Rudd government are...

  • Sisters in Canberra. Lawrence, Carmen // Bulletin with Newsweek;12/4/2007, Vol. 125 Issue 6598, p29 

    The article discusses the importance of women in managing political activities and government responsibilities in Australia. It cites that women, who are about 35% in the legislative bodies, have the abilities to perform flexible roles despite management complexities and suggests that the...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics