30 May '11, 1am

@SpencerHowson Given Cate's environment views, Id say she supports the carbon tax And Id love to see that commercial!

@SpencerHowson Given Cate's environment views, Id say she supports the carbon tax And Id love to see that commercial!

"Everything we buy has an impact on the environment, as all things demand energy, water and other natural resources to produce. People can make a difference to their individual contribution to greenhouse pollution by buying less, wasting less and choosing products that last," says Chuck Berger, ACF's Director of Sustainability Strategies. The Australian Conservation Foundation has been rolling our campaigns so rapidly these days it’s hard to keep up. Chuck’s above comments accompanied last month’s release of The Consumption Atlas: an interactive online tool that allows Australians to view the greenhouse pollution created by households in their suburb. Dial in your suburb and see how you and your neighbours compare with other Australian cities and states. The atlas uses data from the Balancing Act research and links to the GreenHome initiative, a program that recently score...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/08/who_on_earth_care...

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That carbon floor price - now you see it...

businessgreen.com 30 May '11, 1am

Well we've got a carbon floor price of sorts, or we will have in 2013. And it is going to be, as the chancellor said in hi...