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The facts about the carbon tax and carbon emissions are surrounded by myths and unfounded claims. Yet the federal government is pushing through policy that could have huge consequences on the entire Australian economy.

It’s vital that the public is fully informed about the facts of Australia’s carbon emissions and the effect a carbon tax will have on Australia’s economy and families.

That’s why we’re coming to see you!


Darwin, Monday 3rd October 2011

Time: 5.30pm

Venue: Crowne Plaza Darwin,

32 Mitchell Street, Darwin

Cost: Free


Weipa, Tuesday 4th October 2011

Time: 5pm

Venue: Weipa Council Chambers,

Hibberd Road, Weipa

Cost: Free


Bowen, Thursday 6th October 2011

Time: 5.30pm

Venue: Bowen Barrier Reef TAFE,

Queens Road, Bowen

Cost: Free


If you would like to attend any of the sessions please RSVP to [email protected]

(RSVP is not essential to attend)


Professor Bob Carter

Adjunct Professor, James Cook University

Professor Bob Carter is one of the world’s leading climate change scientists.

Bob specialises in palaeontology, stratigraphy, marine geology and environmental science.

Bob is a regular commentator in The Australian, Quadrant Online, The Sunday Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Washington Times and the UK’s Sunday Telegraph. Professor Carter is also the author of the world reknowned Climate: the Counter Consensus.

Dr Alan Moran

Energy Economist

Dr Alan Moran, Director of the IPA’s Deregulation Unit, is an economist who has made a specialty of regulatory matters, in particular covering energy, global warming, housing, transport, and competition issues.  He has written three books on these matters delivered dozens of addresses and had over a hundred press articles published.