Maturity in debate needed for carbon tax foresters to avoid legal problems.
"One of the main aspects of the carbon market and taxation of greenhouse gas emissions is that the market must be mature enough to permit effective regulation of emissions, and to be able to process and monitor the transactions that result. That means that regulators must have expertise in regulation and trading, and the necessary expertise to evaluate the market, make appropriate decisions and assess the impact on markets."
Dr. David Lebreton, Director-General of the Climate Change Science Centre at the 울산출장마사지University of Victoria, said that without an adequate carbon tax, Australia will continue to experience "a slow-motion global warming disaster."
"It has been clear from the moment the carbon price was introduced in 2012, that it is unlikely to make the economy better," said Dr. Lebreton. "A carbon tax is likely to reduce the level of emissions and have a relatively negative impact on economic performance – and that's the problem.
"In the past couple of decades, the United States, Germany, Japan, Canada, and many other developed countries have joined the OECD, as an agreed-upon partner to implement carbon taxes.
"I believe we also need to think seriously about the possibility of other countries joining the European Union if the carbon price is to have any chance of catching up with the rest of the developed world. So even at the level of Europe, with its growing economy, our largest economy, we will face major problems if we do not get serious about ensuring that the carbon price meets the needs of Australia."
Senator Lee said that the CSC will continue to evaluate the merits of a carbon tax proposal.
"We will look at the case for taxing carbon over time based on a variety of 서산안마 서산출장샵factors such as the nature and amount of the greenhouse gas that will be being generated, the potential effects on local communities, and the effect on emissions and emissions trading to help decide when or if we are moving in a proper direction," she said.
"We will also take a number of other factors into account and the carbon tax is one of them. To put it simply, we're looking at the market, including the ability of different states to implement, the impact that a carbon tax will have on business costs in the area, the cost to our economy that is being generated f마사지rom that, our capacity to get through the process, and the possibility of some costs being lower than others in the final outcome."
Professor Martin H. Ostrom from the Australian National University said that th