Why Hunt doesn't make sense

Greg Hunt spins some good lines that sound good, but they don't withstand scrutiny.

In an email to my local member and cc’ed to Greg Hunt, shadow minister for climate action, environment and heritage, I argued that the Hunt/Abbott Direct Action policy didn’t meet key policy requirements such as:

-- Minimal cost;

-- Consistent and long-term policy, needing a bipartisan approach;

-- Providing an indicator of carbon prices into the future;

-- Ability for greater abatement than just the 5 per cent reduction target; and

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