Category Archives: Flexible emission fees

Economics of the Ocean Conference will hear how TSSEF’s flexible pollutant fee mechanism can save phosphorus

2013-12-03 00:11 CET Can we save our oceans? Should we put a price on polluting our oceans? How? These are some of the questions to be raised at [..]

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Online briefing on Flexible Emissions Fees 6th May 2013

Externalisation – harmful emissions from commercial and civil activities – represents a negative side of the way business is carried out today.  Economic growth on one side brings [..]

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Updated power-point presentation of Flexible Emission Fees

Sustainable Economic Growth with pollution fees from Stephen Hinton This presentation is a longer version of the one prepared for a presentation at the Swedish Agency of Economic [..]

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Foundation proposes innovative approach to creating the circular economy, phosphorous emission-free society

STOCKHOLM APRIL 7th.  Last month, the foundation together with a consortium of scientists and sustainability practitioners, including The Natural Step and The  Stockholm Environmental Institute, submitted  a project proposal to study Gotland as [..]

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Stiftelsen presenterar flexibla miljöavgifter på Tillväxtdagen 2013, 16 april

Vi deltar i lunch seminarier med ett kort inlägg om vår innovation.’ Se powerpoint från mötet

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White Paper on Flexible Emission Fees 2013 update

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 [..]

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Climate scientist calls for rising carbon fee as economic solution

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 [..]

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A Carbon fee would put the brakes on global warming before it’s too late

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 [..]

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Flexible Fees applied to phosphorous and nitrogen

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 [..]

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Comprehensive information package

This collection of documents is for those wishing to gain a comprehensive understanding of Flexible Fees. For More information please contact the Foundation.

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