Government, you are going to have to make me reduce my emissions

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OK here is my mea culpa on climate action. I am guilty.

Yes, even though I have read a lot about climate change and the urgency of effective action and have been duly alarmed,  even though I am active in climate groups, even though I submitted to the Climate Commission, I still lapse. Continue reading “Government, you are going to have to make me reduce my emissions”

Tradable Energy Quotas or Tradable Emissions Quotas? – our discussion rages on

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When you fill up with petrol you would surrender TEQ units.

We have now had three online meetings of those wanting to promote TEQs as described by Dr David Fleming and summarised by his colleague Shaun Chamberlin here. Continue reading “Tradable Energy Quotas or Tradable Emissions Quotas? – our discussion rages on”

Why are TEQs better than Fee and Dividend or Cap and Trade?

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I am a recent convert to Tradable Energy Quotas (TEQs) invented by the late David Fleming in UK in 1996 for effective climate action. See Continue reading “Why are TEQs better than Fee and Dividend or Cap and Trade?”

Tradable Energy Quotas (TEQs) – Rationing that works

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Some years ago I read about Tradable Energy Quotas as a method of ensuring everyone has access by right to their fair share of what fossil fuels are left and high energy users could buy units from low energy users. Then, being aware that our country, and indeed the whole world, was not make the necessary cuts to emissions in time to have a liveable climate, I thought to revisit the idea. Continue reading “Tradable Energy Quotas (TEQs) – Rationing that works”