One working week down, sky still above

A closer look into the key points of interest in week one of the carbon tax: What is happening with NZ’s ETS? Will Australia’s floor price remain? Is Gerry Harvey jumping on board? And can the ACCC curb deceptive carbon claims?

One working week after doomsday and as usual the media is still running tripe about the carbon pricing package. Gerry Harvey has realised that the carbon tax will actually be good for retailers like him. And finally some people are being brought to justice for scaremongering by the ACCC (ACT Renewable Energy and Polaris Solar), if only their powers extended to industry associations.

The Herald Sun

The prize this week has to go to the Herald Sun, who on Tuesday ran the following:

Pressure on as NZ turns back on carbon pricing

-         New Zealand has deferred its scheme

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