German climate change scientist Doctor Malte Meinhausen discusses the value of the Australian Government’s carbon tax in 2011. Meinhausen references the European carbon tax and makes the point that Australia’s efforts sets the right precedent for the rest of the world to follow. He also addresses some difficult questions about the economic impacts of such a tax.
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