• Australia’s rural communities could welcome a steadily rising carbon fee

    By on April 7, 2018

    Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia Monthly Meeting with guest speaker Andrew Hopkins Saturday, 14 April 2018 on ZOOM Why Australia’s rural communities – and their representatives – should welcome a steadily rising carbon pollution fee.

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  • The Economist and the Carbon Fee and Dividend

    By on March 5, 2018

    Citizens’ Climate Lobby Australia Monthly Meeting with guest speaker Warwick Smith Saturday, 10 March 2018 on ZOOM Think there’s nothing new in carbon pricing in Australia? Think again

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  • Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s Review of 2017

    By on December 22, 2017

    Amidst a gathering climate emergency that can’t be sugar-coated, 2017 provided lots of positives. Here Jim Allen, CCLs South Australian coordinator, reveals that among his top positive stories is the shocking statement by President Macron, that we are losing the battle on climate change at the moment.

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  • National Conference and Lobby days – good news!

    By on December 20, 2016

    A dedicated band of 17 volunteers made a big impression in Parliament House last week. An inspiring 2-day conference set us up with skills, hopefulness and a strong sense of team. And now our confidence and hopefulness has flowed into the offices of 24 MPs and Senators. We are...

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  • Let’s get carbon pricing firmly back on the agenda

    By on June 3, 2016

    There is an eerie silence around carbon pricing, even amongst people who are aware and concerned about climate change. Fortunately the silence is not total as Labor are proposing an ETS in its election campaign.  Many seem to be focussed on other ways of addressing the issue and seem to have given...

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  • Building on the Outcomes of Paris

    By on January 6, 2016

    The new year after the Paris agreement has begun. And it is an election year! We have much to do in order to get our message out to as many MPs and their staff as possible, as well as to the media and community. A new development that I...

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  • Pricing Carbon to reduce terrorism

    By on November 15, 2015

    The attacks in Paris are devastating. It is desperately sad that many people have been killed and injured and that so many others will feel terrified and fearful for a long time to come. It is even more sad that so many more people are suffering and dying in countries...

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