- you are damn well not real wise in klimarådet!
- We are some there in advance spinker and saves in order to have a tolerable life.
How to write His T in one of the most popular comments (141 likes), which is written on the DR News Facebook-profile about Klimarådets report, which contains recommendations for how Denmark will achieve the stated goal of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases by 70 percent within the next ten years.
follow the DR is the most important element in the report (link to PDF) a drivhusgasafgift, as f.ex. will mean that half a kilo of beef should cost 13 dollars more in 2030, while the milk will increase two dollars and propellants such as gasoline and diesel should cost four to five dollars more per liter. And His is not the only one who think that the recommendations are far-fetched:
Significant price increases in environmental goods
On page 86 of the report:
On this basis, recommend Klimarådet, that the CO2 tax on petrol and diesel for transport purposes increases from the current level of just under 180 euros per ton of CO2 to the level of the general drivhusgasafgift, without energiafgiften be removed.
If drivhusafgiften when a level of the fx 1.500 kr. pr. ton in 2030, as shown in figure 4.3, will the CO2 tax go from being good 0,5 kr. pr. liter in the day to ca. 4,5-5 kr. pr. litres in 2030.
at the Bottom of page 133:
For, in particular, to influence consumers ' eating habits are the relevant first and foremost to look at a tax on special klimabelastende food. Such a tax may be to reduce the demand for, among other things meat and dairy products and increase the demand on vegetable products.
With an estimate of 13.9 kg CO2e per. kg of beef will be a fee of 1,500 dkk. pr. tonne of CO2e, as indicated in section 4.1, lead to a half kg of minced beef will cost 13£. more, incl. vat, than it does today. A litre of milk would rise about. 2 kr. in price. It is very significant price increases in relation to the product price in the present day, which indicates that the products are very harmful to the environment.
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- NO. People are damn crazy in the head.
- It has a negligible % influence on climate, writes Kim Island, who believes that there has been climate change as long the planet has passed e.g. the ice age, writes Kim Island, which has gained 62 likes and Lars are on the same line:
- this is The most stupid suggestion I have heard in a long time. It will absolutely nothing for the climate.
- This in turn will mean a part of the poorest part of the population, writes Lars In, while Amy P has reap 17 likes for its support for more expensive meat:
Super idea - just the (tax red) falls from the producer of the meat.
- We are so good in Denmark.
And just think, that when we buy foreign, then it is transported here to the and it also costs CO2, writes Jacky, but what do you say?