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July 04, 2008
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in LaTrobe Valley,...
MORWELL, Australia
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in LaTrobe Valley
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in LaTrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
Electricity infrastructure is seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km...
MORWELL, Australia
Electricity infrastructure is seen near brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
Electricity infrastructure is seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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RTX7M9K
July 04, 2008
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley,...
MORWELL, Australia
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
Power lines carrying electricty are seen near the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
Steam and carbon emissions are seen coming from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley,...
MORWELL, Australia
Steam and carbon emissions are seen coming from brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
Steam and carbon emissions are seen coming from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
The Hazelwood Powerstation is seen reflected in a puddle in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of...
MORWELL, Australia
Hazelwood Powerstation is seen reflected in puddle in Latrobe Valley
The Hazelwood Powerstation is seen reflected in a puddle in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
The sun is seen rising behind the funnels of the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley,...
MORWELL, Australia
Sun is seen rising behind funnels of brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
The sun is seen rising behind the funnels of the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. Light from the sun is causing the lens flare in the image. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
Steam and carbon emissions come from the brown coal Morwell Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93...
MORWELL, Australia
Steam and carbon emissions come from brown coal Morwell Power Station in Latrobe Valley
Steam and carbon emissions come from the brown coal Morwell Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/
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July 04, 2008
A vapour cloud is seen coming from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93...
MORWELL, Australia
Vapour cloud is seen coming from brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
A vapour cloud is seen coming from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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July 04, 2008
Power lines carry electricity from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93...
MORWELL, Australia
Power lines carry electricity from brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley
Power lines carry electricity from the brown coal Hazelwood Power Station in Latrobe Valley, 150km (93 miles) east of Melbourne, July 4, 2008. Australia should adopt a broad-based carbon emissions trading scheme that includes energy and transport but compensates industries whose offshore rivals do not adopt emissions curbs, an official report said on Friday. The 600-page draft report, prepared by climate-change adviser Ross Garnaut in an effort to shape public policy, also urged Australia to go further than its current goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 60 percent by 2050 and warned of a major dent to the economy if it avoids the hard decisions on climate change. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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