Improved Policy Proposal for UK Dept. of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

This is the submission we made to the UK Dept of BEIS in response to their call for proposals to be considered by their parliamentary inquiry. Please outline the issue that you would like the Committee to look into (200 words) Carbon rationing is a policy that can be implemented both locally in communities and […]

Australian 2020 Bushfire Crisis demands a new Political Strategy

The unprecedented 2020 Bushfires followed the lost 2019 ‘Unloseable Climate Election’ As we enter the new decade, Australia finds itself flooding the international headlines for all the wrong reasons. The record-breaking bushfires that began in December raged for weeks and were only fully extinguished thanks to unprecedented rainfall. It has shocked people all around the […]

Go vegan to stop climate change? It should be obvious.

The planet is going to climate hell and practically everyone wants to do something about it, because action is hope. So does going vegan reduce people’s personal carbon footprints, and if so, by how much? It should be obvious, but with the way agriculture and supply chains work today, the only way to know for […]

Endorsement from economist Prof Steve Keen

Prof. Steve Keen gave his endorsement to TCR, saying ‘Total Carbon Rationing should replace attempts to set a carbon price. We roughly know the quantity for various global warming scenarios. Setting the quantity per capita & issuing that could be a lot more effective than trying to guess the “right” price for carbon.’ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Keen

Total Carbon Rationing endorsed by Oxford energy policy researcher

Dr Tina Fawcett, Senior Researcher and Acting Deputy Leader of Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute Energy Programme, said: Personal Carbon Allowances is a framework for reducing CO2 emissions based on fairness and practicality, and I can see that Total Carbon Rationing would build on that on a larger scale. Since the world needs radical, equitable […]