ETS is "one of the worst examples of policy making" - Garnaut
The federal government has dismissed criticism of its planned emissions trading scheme by the man who helped develop Labor's model.
Ross Garnaut has described the carbon pollution reduction scheme as "one of the worst examples of policy making we have seen on major issues in Australia".
Professor Garnaut, the government's former climate change adviser, said it was extraordinary how political debate about emissions trading had broken down.
Whose fault is that? Maybe Rudd & Wong should take some of the blame for trying to railroad the scheme through Parliament before Copenhagen when it makes absolutely no sense to do so.
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