These two handouts were prepared by Feasta member Mike Sandler to bring to a November 2006 meeting in Sacramento with California Environmental Protection Agency staff about learning from the European Trading System (ETS), and how California can create a cap and trade system which provides Individual Emissions Entitlements.
Cap and Share
Cap and Share is a way of eliminating fossil fuel production, an alternative to ‘carbon rations’ or carbon taxes. It has two basic premises: firstly, that to stop runaway climate change, we need to cap, or limit, our carbon emissions, and secondly, that the huge amounts of money involved should be shared equally by the population.
Cap and Share is the focus of our 2012 publication Sharing for Survival: Restoring the Climate, the Commons and Society, which includes chapters on the commons, policy packages that would be needed alongside Cap and Share, the logistics of managing the share on a global level and how governance could be handled.
Below you’ll find an archive of Feasta blog articles and Feasta submissions that involve Cap and Share.