Firstly, I need to plug my survey again. I had a great response on Friday, but yesterday saw little movement. If the question and the answer matters to you, please try to get at least three friends or family members to spare 60 seconds to fill it in and a couple additional minutes to get three more to follow on.
Having worked as a retail “trainee” when I was 19-20 in what was clearly a way to get around minimum wage restrictions, I am concerned by this, but not surprised at the bi-partisan support, sadly.
Thinking for the 21st century!
Great to bookmark and refer to the future.
Expect this message to become a bigger issue over the coming decades.
Unfortunately, our leaders are not listening.
Sorry, second plug. This is my latest article on the Climate Spectator.
When the Gillard government introduced the carbon price, Abbott said people would pay thousands more a year in energy costs. He then said he would save people on average $550 a year in energy costs. Tasmanians’ are set to save $164 a year from the latest estimates.
For me, this is a clear indicator that reality is likely to be about 20% the estimate offered by our current PM.
And this is a genuine tragedy for the coal rich country down under, regardless what the short-term economics might say.