Last Word on Climate Change for a While...
I find that, much like electoral reform, this topic tends to make me frustrated with people who just don't seem to (in my opinion) get it, leading to ever-changing, often-escalating attempts to get my point across. But maybe I'll leave it for a little while and come back to it later to talk about what action we can take both to reduce our emissions and mitigate the impact of climate change on ourselves and the planet.
In the meantime, Robert is in the middle of a series of posts on how to meet our Kyoto targets, and Mike puts out a call for suggestions and gets lots of responses.
Updated to add mentions to these two posts on carbon taxes by John at Dymaxion World. I differ from John in that I would probably try to make a carbon tax revenue neutral, using the money raised to lower income taxes at the bottom of the income scale and smooth out some of the sharp marginal rates caused by benefit clawback thresholds.