Tag Archives: behavioural economics
Walking back from the shops this afternoon, down Németvölgyi út in Budapest, I saw a lady pulling up all the grasses, wild carrot, plantain, wood sorrel and other “weeds” lining the edge of the pavement. Since I like lots of … Continue reading
Every day on Twitter I see gruesome facts and photographs about the murder of elephants. A headline in Huffington Post refers to an unread article that elephants, highly intelligent and sensitive and emotional animals, will be extinct by 2020. The … Continue reading
One of the worst kind of people are “so-whatters”. That’s unfair. “So-whatters” perform an important service to force us to think through what we really mean. A: “Climate change is happening here and now.” B: “So what?” A: “It’s affecting … Continue reading
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 (https://www.thebustard.com/?p=457). So here, a few years too early, are ten policies to cut emissions. … Continue reading
I think I have written this point various times before. Here it is in pictures.