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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Carbon Rationing Action Groups (CRAGs), for example, have started in North America and the United Kingdom (Howell 2009).
With its focus on sharing of experiences and emotions, Carbon Conversations differs from other small group based third sector initiatives such as Global Action Plan's Eco Teams or Carbon Rationing Action Groups which concentrate on practical advice for personal carbon reduction.
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.
In these books, ecological disaster ranges from carbon rationing to disastrous climate changes that result in flooding and radical environmental alterations.
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.
We might also introduce carbon rationing where people would trade carbon as a parallel virtual currency, swiping their carbon cards at the gas pump.
When South Shields MP David Miliband was Environment Secretary he talked about radical measures such as carbon rationing.