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The latest version of the Foundation’s white paper now covers Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus Putting a price on eco-system services using ecological maturity impact Dealing with all classes of pollutants Flex. fees as a congestion charge for nature Check-list for fee introduction Download the paper here: whitepaperFE_V3.05
Writing in the Huffington Post, climate scientist Dr. James Hansen calls for a progressively rising tax on fossil carbon. This is a similar approach to the one proposed by the Foundation – flexible emissions fee mechanism. This kind of fee levying is good for the economy in many ways, not least it stimulates entrepreneurs to [...]
In an article in The Times of Trenton, Ellie Whitney, Ph.D., points out that A Carbon fee would put the brakes on global warming before it’s too late She describes the Flexible Fee mechanism as promoted by the Foundation, and propogated by many prominant climate scientists like James Hansen. The Foundation is pleased to see [...]
Inorganic phosphorus in the form of the phosphate PO3−4 is required for all known forms of life, playing a major role in biological molecules such as DNA and RNA where it forms part of the structural framework of these molecules. For humans it is essential in food and Sweden imports some 730,000 tons of fertilizer a year, [...]
This collection of documents is for those wishing to gain a comprehensive understanding of Flexible Fees. For More information please contact the Foundation.
Professor Peter Victor explores degrowth. Actually, if you divide work, tax carbon and redistribute fees to the people we all end up better. All 8 billion. Excellent work in economic modelling. There is no excuse to not explore this seriously as a political option. Which party will move first?
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The price mechanism does not provide perfect information and does not necessarily lead to a perfectly efficient distribution of resources. Many argue that the low cost of externalizing pollution to the community is leading us to create a fossil-dependent infrastructure that will be obsolete before it has paid for itself. This briefing explores the arguments for and [...]