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Category Archives: lock-in
I attended a two hour seminar on Future Climate organised by the North West Climate Change Partnership It was a rather depressing affair since it seems quite clear that we are rushing headlong towards a climate catastrophe and all the … Continue reading
We previously alerted followers to the consultation by the UK government on imposing a duty on regulatory bodies so they would have to ‘have regard to economic growth’. We asked that people make their own responses to this consultation. The … Continue reading
The financial enclosure of the commons | Red Pepper. Really useful and succinct summary of the problem. Carbon trading creates financial derivatives and actually makes the situation worse. For more detail also see:- Lohmann, L. (2009). When markets are poison: … Continue reading