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James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy
James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy
James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy
James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy
James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy
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James Hansen on "Tax and Dividend" Climate Policy

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Slides explaining the "tax and dividend" approach to cutting greenhouse gases -- from a recent presentation by James E. Hansen, the NASA climate expert who has become a leader in the movement to limit …

Slides explaining the "tax and dividend" approach to cutting greenhouse gases -- from a recent presentation by James E. Hansen, the NASA climate expert who has become a leader in the movement to limit global warming, More info: http:www.columbia.edu/~jeh1 and http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com

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  • 1. Carbon Tax & 100% Dividend
    • 1. Tax Large & Growing (but get it in place!)
    • - tap efficiency potential & life style choices
    • 2. Entire Tax Returned
    • - equal monthly deposits in bank accounts
    • 3. Limited Government Role
    • - keep hands off money!
    • - eliminate fossil subsidies
    • - technology support (no Manhattan projects!)
    • - change profit motivation of utilities
    • - watch U.S. modernize & emissions fall!
  • 2.
    • Basic Conflict
    • Fossil Fuel Special Interests
    • vs
    • Young People & Nature (Animals)
    • Fossil Interests: God-given fact that all
    • fossil fuels will be burned (no free will)
    • Young People: Hey! Not so fast! Nice planet you are leaving us!
  • 3. What are the Odds?
    • Fossil Interests: have influence in capitals world-wide
    • Young People: need to organize, enlist others (parents, e.g.), impact elections
    • Animals: not much help (don’t vote, don’t talk)
  • 4. The Challenge
    • We can avoid destroying creation!
    • (+cleaner planet, + good jobs!)
    • We have to figure out how to live without fossil fuels someday…
    • Why not now?
  • 5.  
  • 6.
    • Metrics for “Dangerous” Change
    • Extermination of Animal & Plant Species
    • 1. Extinction of Polar and Alpine Species
    • 2. Unsustainable Migration Rates
    • Ice Sheet Disintegration: Global Sea Level
    • 1. Long-Term Change from Paleoclimate Data
    • 2. Ice Sheet Response Time
    • Regional Climate Disruptions
    • 1. Increase of Extreme Events
    • 2. Shifting Zones/Freshwater Shortages

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