The proposed Carbon Pricing Scheme - MW 2011

Minerals Week 2011 - Seamus French, Chief Executive Anglo American Metallurgical Coal. Global action has stalled, time is needed to “get it right”. The CPRS is completely out of step with current and proposed schemes in the EU and US with its design driven by revenue raising not carbon reduction

Parental Leave Toolkit

Continued growth of the minerals industry is dependent on its ability to recruit and retain adequate numbers of suitably skilled employees. Skills shortages loom as a critical capacity constraint for the industry.

Minerals Sector Statement of Principles on Climate Change Policy

The minerals industry acknowledges that sustained global action is required to reduce the scale of human induced climate change. A measured transition to a low emissions global economy will require the alignment of three key policy pillars:

Briefing Note on Carbon Tax Investment Confidence Study

The aim of the work was to examine the implications ? for prudent business planning ? of the hybrid architecture (3-5 year fixed price followed by emissions trading scheme) proposed for the carbon pricing scheme. A particular feature of the work is to examine the implications of the proposed approach where Australia?s 2020 target is not decided until a year before the start of the emissions trading scheme (i.e. in either mid 2014 or mid 2016).

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