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BREAKING: Australia rejects carbon emission laws
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[quote:kalamity kool:MV85MzUzNDJfMTQ1MTE1MTBfMkJEQkVEMjk=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 832516] Those enterprises which pollute should pay for the privilege, it is possible to make completely self-sufficient systems which take care of their own waste products. Those corporations which benefit the most from global resources - and make no mistake, the use of the planet's resources affects the entire globe - should also pay for the privilege. NOT individuals in any nation. I have to agree. What appears to be happening is that western taxpayers are being used to fund green industries through cap and trade. These funds are passed through the usual channels and form carbon trading credit companies owned inevitably by the same rich that own industries in unregulated countries. This allows them to siphon off Western green taxes whilst polluting with their unregulated industries. And the taxpayer pays for for all this to the benefit of the already rich. Basically, taking two bites of the cherry. In the name of green policies they then foist as many government controls on all of us as they can dream up. [/quote] :5: and it encourages swapping one polluting practise for another one, instead of aiming for no pollution. [/quote]
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