Sunday, October 3, 2010
Labor goes again
Tony Burke announced during the election that labor will: "implement a package of reforms to restrict the sale of illegally logged wood in Australia". And they did that at the last election, but nothing happened. A report from the Centre for International Economics said it wasn't worthwhile doing it because we constitute such a small proportion of global timber exports, and it was cost more than it was worth. But isn't it worth setting an example? Isn't worth doing what is right? What is the CIE's measure of worth.