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PERUBAHAN KEBIJAKAN PAJAK KARBON KE SKEMA PERDAGANGAN KARBON PEMERINTAH AUSTRALIA ERA TONY ABBOTT (Albertus Wenau)

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On: Nov 20, 2014 @ 3:02 AM
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  • Judul artikel eJournal: PERUBAHAN KEBIJAKAN PAJAK KARBON KE SKEMA PERDAGANGAN KARBON PEMERINTAH AUSTRALIA ERA TONY ABBOTT
  • Pengarang (nama mhs): Albertus Wenau
  • Abstrak (max. 1600 huruf atau 250 kata): Australia is the biggest number thired on gas mession level and this its impact of the global level gas emission that influence the climate change. As an country that already ratificated the Kyoto Protocal, Australia government have to reduce the emission level by they policy. First policy that this country have to reduce its by the carbon tax policy but, this policy is fail cause the value of the tax is too high and lots peoples refuse this policy. Cause the failure of this policy Australia governtment change the policy by carbon trade Scheme. Australia government says that carbon tax policy is fail and transform it to carbon trading scheme. Theres is some few reason that used by the Australia government transition the a carbon tax to carbon trading scheme witch are: increasing the electricity and transportation cost, support from mining entrepreneur, carbon tax value to high, lots of closed mining companies, increasing unemployment level, increasing of cost of goods and services.
  • Kata kunci (max. 80 huruf atau 10 kata): Australian’s environment, Carbon Tax policy, Australia’s Carbon Trade Scheme.
  • NIM: 0702045145
  • Angkatan (tahun masuk, mis. 2009): 2007
  • Program Studi: Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
  • Sumber tulisan: Skripsi
  • Pembimbing: Chairul Aftah, S.IP, MIA, Andi Purnawarman, S.Sos, M.Si
  • Nama eJournal: eJournal Ilmu Hubungan Internasional
  • Volume: 2
  • Nomor: 4
  • Tahun: 2014
  • File artikel eJournal (format .doc, max. 2 Mb): Artikel (11-20-14-03-02-40).doc (138 kB)
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