By Tom Rabe and Peter Hannam Senior ministers have warned that NSW should not follow other states in imposing a tax on electric cars, arguing it would discourage
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By Sam Hibbins The state government’s decision to introduce a user charge for electric vehicles signals a dangerous step towards a privatised road user charge scheme
Australian researchers have completed the world’s largest comparative study on carbon pricing and the results are a “crystal clear” message to governments around the world,
On Monday, Australia’s prime minister Morrison announced the creation of a National Bushfire Recovery Agency, initially funded to the tune of USD 1.4 billion over
07.11.2018 – A recent study has shown people are concerned about what’s going to happen as income from the fuel excise diminishes. According to a survey,
27 September 2018 – According to a survey by the University of Sydney Business School, a majority of Australians support replacing existing road usage charges with
13 July 2017 – In Australia a proposed new regulation on vehicle fuel efficiency standards was quickly withdrawn after it was met with heavy criticism.
22 May 2017 – A poll of nearly 3000 people found that just 7 per cent of voters want money from the federal government’s northern
The 2013 OECD Inventory of Estimated Budgetary Support and Tax Expenditures for Fossil Fuels identifies and estimates direct budgetary transfers and tax expenditures relating to