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The Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF) report on the fuel tax credits (FTC) scheme released today singles out mining activities but is ultimately an attack on regional businesses, masquerading as concern for budget responsibility and fairness.
The Minerals Council of Australia has welcomed the recent decision by the Commonwealth Environment Minister, The Hon. Greg Hunt MP, to provide federal environmental approval for the Kintyre uranium project, a joint venture between Cameco and Mitsubishi Development.
Australia’s medium term emissions reduction target must represent a constructive contribution to a global agreement in Paris, reflect a fair and comparable economic burden and be informed by comprehensive economic analysis.
Speech at CEDA’s Energy Series,
Hilton Hotel, Sydney.
The Climate Change Authority recommendations on medium term emissions reduction targets released overnight represent a crude ambit claim without any regard for the impact on jobs and living standards of average Australians.
3 June 2015 Canberra
The Minerals Week Seminar and Annual Minerals Industry Parliamentary Dinner will be held in Canberra on Wednesday 3 June 2015.Tweets by @MineralsCouncil