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Exchange rate and carbon price assumptions used by the Federal Treasury to forecast a deficit for the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme are completely at odds with forecasts by the International Monetary Fund, the International Energy Agency, private sector projections and historical experience, a new report has found.

Emissions plan a meal unfit for human consumption

When it comes to the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme, the Rudd government has been serving up the same inedible dish for 18 months. The odd garnish has been added, but the serving has not been altered. The flaws remain. The scheme, in its present form, is the gastronomic equivalent of three-day-old meatloaf.

Unearthing New Resources

This profile is likely the result of a lack of part time and flexible work arrangements for women of parenting age. Whilst women often take the decision to leave the industry to have children and to care for them, a lack of ‘on-ramps’ exist in terms of re-engaging them with the minerals industry when they are able to return to work. Where women have reported positively on their successful, if highly difficult, attempts to balance childbearing and caring with full time jobs, their success has relied heavily on a support base of other carers.

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