Australian climate change report bolsters Gillard's carbon tax campaign

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Commission argues carbon sequestration alone will not combat effects of rising temperatures

A major new report has warned that Australia is already suffering from the social, economic and environmental impacts of a changing climate, and has backed the prime minister's plans to tax carbon emitted...

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