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Business concerned over ETS modelling

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy say the federal government's economic modelling of its proposed emissions trading scheme has confirmed their concerns about the scheme and its impact on the state.

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belmont
Rudd always talks about the 'future cost' of not having a scheme, but as far as I am aware he has never spelled this out in hard dollar terms. Before we commit to anything we need a comparative set of hard data - i)cost of doing nothing vs ii) cost of trading scheme initially vs iii) cost of scheme in 10 years time. Only at that point can an objective ,as opposed to an emotive, decision be made.

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