Industrial Australia's 'conga line' of rent-seeking rubbish

Polluters did a good job of using the carbon price as a Trojan horse to trash other carbon reduction policies before they killed it as well. Some are willing to try the same trick twice, but Direct Action is so obviously inadequate that no one should be fooled.

Today the Grattan Institute’s Energy Program director Tony Wood has dumped the niceties and called a spade a spade, or perhaps a figleaf a figleaf. The institute issued a press release accompanying a government submission declaring that:

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