TIPS In the News

Engineering News - 20 June 2014

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Mining Review Africa - Issue 3 March 2013

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Interview with Dr Kate Philip onPolity.org.za

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Engineering News September 27-October 3 2013

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Mail & Guardian 20 September 2013

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Business Report - 18 September 2013

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Dewald van Rensburg and Thandeka Gqubule

City Press - 30 June 2013

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Concerns over 'insanity' of Shell South Africa fracking plans – Victoria Eastwood 

CNN- 23 March 2012

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Lynley Donnelly

Mail & Guardian -1 March 2013 

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Mail & Guardian - 9 March 2012

“A carbon tax that kicks in only above a certain threshold acknowledges that, in the course of economic activity, some carbon emissions are inevitable and, in the short term, unavoidable,” said Du Plooy. “The revised form of the carbon tax is, in a way, a tax on excess carbon emissions. The rationale for the RRT is similar. It recognises that, for mineral resources to be extracted, the companies that do so must be able to make a profit but argues that an excess profit, or rent, is neither sustainable nor fair.”

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