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24.11.2013

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Ai Group urges changes to climate plan MP3

The Government says a reverse auction would be at the centre of its proposed Emissions Reduction Fund. But in its submission on the scheme, the Australian Industry Group says the reverse auction plan won't always deliver. The Government wants the $1.55 billion dollar fund to be used to cut domestic emissions, but the Ai Group argues international emissions should also be included. Source: abc.net.au

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