Ten policies to increase demand for low carbon living and policies

Today a think-tank (IPPR) published a call for a central bank to regulate the EU ETS.  You heard this back in May 2006 on the Bustard (http://www.thebustard.com/?p=457).

So here, a few years too early, are ten policies to cut emissions.  You will need to read the previous post for context.

 

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Ten policies to increase demand for low carbon living and policies

  1. Chris Taylor says:

    Many a truth in jest, but here more so than most…

  2. Marcus Goldson says:

    Spot on.

  3. Francis says:

    What you are saying is spot-on. In fact what you are saying will require some kind of major political revolution to get such a change in the educational system, but it will not happen in the next generation unfortunately, despite the possibility of it resolving a wide range of issues beyond just green and sustainability.

    Our “wise leaders” have allowed Green to be become a tainted concept in western media who are simply the propaganda tools of a certain elite.

    Unfortunately most revolutions risk opening the door to far left loonies and anarchists. We need a “revolution of common sense”, of people in the political middle who are fed up of the way things are! Come on James, please start a new political party, we’ll join and support you!

  4. Tim Kirwin says:

    James – I am glad I am not the only one. Can I use some of these on my twitter account please

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