We are told by the government the carbon tax is a huge waste of money. Emissions, they say, are not coming down. Despite throwing billions of dollars at it, there has been no appreciable result, they claim.
A new financial tool lets Wall Street calculate the climate-change risk of investments.
As the end of the Parliamentary year draws to a close, and we mark the Coalition’s first few months in power, I thought it would be useful to provide a comprehensive list of climate change and science policy decisions since the election.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy is in China this week for her first international trip as the head of the agency. During her four-day tour she'll stop by Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong and will meet with her counterparts ...
Eventually, the science will overwhelm the politics.
Although Congress looks unlikely to enact a tax on carbon in the near future, many corporations are already factoring one into their financial planning. Continue reading
There's an old saying: while the cat's away the mice will scamper about and make a bucket of mischief.