On Stoat, William Connelley repeats Hansen's plan for a carbon tax returned directly to the public.
Not good enough. Not by far.
Humans don't own the atmosphere. No one does, and therefore everyone does. And that means, every cow and beetle and moose and human and worm on the planet. They all depend on the atmosphere; they all suffer when it is gone.
So how are we going to delegate atmospheric credits to other species, instead of just to humans. We already know that hundreds of them are going extinct because of climate change.
Why don' t they get a say?
PS: Yes, I'm serious.