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There is a lot of debate about whether to have carbon trading or a carbon tax. Proponents of a carbon tax, including the Victorian Governor David de Kretser, say a carbon tax is more transparent.
As we move to a greener future, we're going to be using cars less often - it's time to get the best alternatives organised.
Some families are completely car-free, relying instead on buses, trains, biking and walking. Could you do it?
Even though public transport is more efficient than car travel, it could be even better if it were run on cleaner sources of fuel. There are a lot more options for this than there used to be.
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is a great reason to ditch your car for a day. But what other benefits are there for us?
One investment sector thatâ€™s always been primed for growth has been renewables. Regardless of the economic crisis, global warming will increase the amount of money that will pour into this sector. What are the investment trends? And which sectors will be the winners and losers.
New technology can make public transport easier and simpler to use
Cycling is an easy and fast way to get around, but could do with some more support to make it safer.
Cycling to work is another one of those doubly-good eco-friendly ideas. As well as helping the environment, you're also saving yourself a trip to the gym.
We're back with a new challenge! This time it's ditching the car once a week. It's a great way to explore your alternatives - train, bus, bike, your own feet.