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True North Sep 14
The is a devastating tax grab that does nothing for the environment.
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💧Aaron Dodd 22h
Remember in 2013 when promised every household would be better off by $550/year when he eliminated the ? Well accounting for 3% CPI, now owes every household $3825. There's a stimulus for you !
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Haeley 'CryoKeen' 52m
I dont agree with this either lmao I mean, what exactly is their evil plan? Just to get another buck out of people? Carbon control is a good idea, but maybe the way they are going about it isnt ideal for most nations
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5Inc 13h
SANEA Carbon Tax Colloquiem:SA is heading into a low rainfall summer. Time to save water
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John Kirkby 18h
Protesting & regulating either 4 or against use isn't necessary & many billions of wasted civil service cost ing every one the same rate in vast places like punishes those who live in rural unfairly. Rebate 4 some....more bullshit government
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Weather Modification Awareness Sep 13
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David Jacobs Sep 17
Replying to @gmbutts
Gerald's false economy of carbon credits is a ridiculous scheme akin to purchasing an indulgence from the Church. The money paid does not reduce the impact of your sin on others, just your perception of guilt.
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CitizensClimateLobby 2h
Good news: A new study shows a majority of people accept if they're told where the revenue is going (like back to them!).
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Mr. Bob V 17h
Has attack the West’s Oil economy, insulted trade workers, Hijab hoax, changing laws for terror charges to summary conviction 6 maths maximum, said after election the will raise to meet Paris Accord🤬, landers to one religion, all others be dambed pt4
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Mark Szpakowski 7h
In order to achieve acceptance, citizens need to see how the revenue from carbon taxes benefits them. This is called “revenue recycling”: a tax doesn’t end when a person pays it - that money returns to society in the form of tax rebates.
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Robert Krbavac Sep 13
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NinaBenitaGonzales 7h
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Benjamin Phillip Sep 16
Replying to @TorontoStar
Don’t forget to pay your
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Judyth Mermelstein 6h
Who Benefits from a ? The Economic Answer May Repair Its Bad Rep | Inverse MIT study "shows that taxes on emissions might actually be both fair & effectively reduce pollution." to lower-income households + tax incentives to business.
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Minerals Council South Africa 10h
Interview with Roger Baxter, CEO, Minerals Council South Africa on the impact of the planned carbon tax. Are mining companies ready to pursue renewables?
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Harry Siemens 19h
Oh yes and wait until you save the environment by paying
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Carlo Cappello 20h
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Cindy (Cj) Smith-Commute All The Things! 🚴🚗🚍🚃 23h
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Jimbo R 23h
Just wait until Trudeau starts jacking up the rate to make the UN happy…
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FranklyMyDear Sep 18
These dimbulbs aren't very bright, are they? Their statements are beneath a 5 year old and must sound absurd to people in other countries. Relentless droughts, mudslides, wildfires, melting glaciers, huge storms all happening at same time
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