Carbon rationing

Carbon rationing

Limiting the amount of carbon you introduce into the environment each year. Carbon rationing action groups (CRAGS) help you reduce your carbon footprint.
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Given that energy use drives the economy, carbon rationing would effectively amount to energy central planning.
The 2008 promise to enact a cap-and-trade carbon rationing scheme died in the U.
Similarly, when discussing climate change, they observe that we "probably" will need a system of personal carbon rationing.
If carbon rationing becomes a reality, the case for pursuing cogeneration opportunities will become compelling for many businesses, especially heavy manufacturing companies.
Carbon rationing, according to the Institute for Public Policy Research.
With blackouts, carbon rationing, European fires and a high-category storm headed straight for Britain, the first-person observations of the protagonist in THE CARBON DIARIES 2015 are frighteningly realistic and make for an engrossing story hard to put down.
When South Shields MP David Miliband was Environment Secretary he talked about radical measures such as carbon rationing.
Sir John additionally covers topics as wide-ranging as carbon rationing (which is already enshrined in UK law), Peak Oil, Hurricane Katrina and more obscure topics such as chemtrails and 2012.
2t for every passenger--by coincidence the very quantity that Monbiot calculates each person would be permitted to expend each year if an equitable system of carbon rationing were introduced so as to achieve the required 90% overall cut in carbon dioxide emissions.
Huddersfield's Friends of the Earth group will be holding a public meeting about carbon rationing at the Methodist Mission on Lord Street at 7pm on Tuesday, November 7.