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Carbon Emissions

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Carbon Emissions

These are the only carbon emissions created in Australia that are actually worth $24 a tonne.

Cartoons & Caricatures of Carbon Emissions

  • Keeping Onside in Europe Cartoon

    In a League of their Own cartoon with Boris Johnson & Prince Harry

    There is a deal of speculation about the UK’s future if it votes for Brexit. This week’s cartoon brings reassurance that ties with Europe would not be completely severed and in at least one instance could be just kicking off.

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    In a League of their Own cartoon with Boris Johnson & Prince Harry

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Satirical Articles about Carbon Emissions

Carbon Emissions on Friday 6th November 2015
05/11/2015
Malcolm Turnbull is taking such a strong line against religious fanatics that there’s a chance George Pell won’t be allowed back into the country.
Carbon Emissions on Friday 30th October 2015
29/10/2015
Tony is planning to earn big bucks as a speaker yet when he was PM many would have paid a fortune to shut him up.
Carbon Emissions on Friday 23rd October 2015
22/10/2015
Malcolm is determined to send home errant Kiwis who have been in Australia for 40 years. That’s fair enough if they still support the All Blacks.
Carbon Emissions on Friday 16th October 2015
15/10/2015
A great knight out Malcolm’s effusive praise of Tony can only mean he’s being lined up as a Captain’s Pick. Less tacky with Zaky The Verdict on Channel 9’s new talk show was that it desperately needs someone like Zaky Mallah or Tony Abbott to save it from Mark Latham. Backfiring Now that Tony and […]
Carbon Emissions on Friday 9th October 2015
08/10/2015
When the time comes for him to join the refugee exodus the betting is that Assad will move in with Edward Snowden.
Carbon Emissions on Friday 2nd October 2015
01/10/2015
The recent rise in Bill Shorten’s temperature has been attributed more to political climate change than global.

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