As the political debate rages on about a federally imposed carbon price, it's useful to take a look at how this will affect consumers.
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After all, the whole point of a carbon price is to change our behaviour, so that we use less fossil fuel. The price will go up for carbon intensive products like fuel for our vehicles and heat and (non-renewable) power for our homes, to give us incentive to use less energy. The less we use the less we'll pay.
Prices will also rise for items that we don't immediately think about, such as food and other retail goods, since they are often transported by diesel-burning vehicles.
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