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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Implementation Problems Loss of territories - productive land,industries and raw resources The Deutsche Mark lost 75% of it's value during WW1. It was after the war,however, when hyperinflationbegan Meat consumption dropped88% from pre-war levels = 50,000 deaths to starvation or hypothermia Expected CO2 emssions per person with policy in 2020: pre Agricultural production dropped 16% Timeline: Calculating carbon footprint for each individual Assuming 5% reduction is constant 1. Our policy would spanall 50 states in the US. Our main goal will be to decrease the CO2 emissions produced by each person every year till 2020 Key Trends for choice NOVEMBERCRIMINALS Charge people who produce more CO2 a tax Both attempted revolutions: Calculating carbon footprint based on utility bills Implementation challenges include calculating carbon footprints for each resident based on utility bills and enforcing the tax, just like any other tax. Another challenge would be ensuring the 5% reduction remained constant. As seen in the first graph, Annual % reduction has fluctuated from increasing over 5% one year to dropping 10% another year. Metric Tons Tax rate: Metric Tons Reward rate: (Fatherland Party) Those who produce less CO2 than the average will be paid a 2009 Cost of a loaf of bread: Nov 1923 - 200,000,000,000 D Marks Sept 1922 - 163 D Marks Reducing Average CO2 emissions by each person 68% of zinc ore possessed 48% of ironore lost 26% of coalresources lost Decrease the CO2 produced by person by 5% each year SCOPE (tax rate on every surplus kg of CO2) (Fatherland Party) 2015 - 2020 Short term policy with expected 5% decrease in CO2 emissions per person every year reward (reward rate on every saved kg of CO2) NOVEMBERCRIMINALS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN post Estimated Future Performances The newly formed socialistgovernment was blamed- and branded the Our policy is directed at lowering the levels of CO2 produced by each person through residential energy use each year in the US between 2015 and 2020. Within five years we should be able to see a stable decrease in CO2 emissions and this time span would allow for a realistic CO2 reduction goal for which specification can be altered to meet goals if current initiatives do not work. Our motivation for our policy was an observations in the key trends of CO2 produced by a person each year in the US. As shown in the graph below, trends A,B, C, D, E and F show that the percentage change in induividual production of CO2 by person has remained quite stable throughout the past years. Rather than this trend constantly fluctuating for the years to come as well, it would be wise to implement a policy that mitigates the rise in percentge of CO2 produced per person. 2. 0.798 Metric Tons Environmental Policy
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