Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Published by iangreenwood
Civil/Structural/Building engineer and former carpenter working as designer and help in practical finance shift. As Earth Policy Institute kindly said STEER (for Sustainability in Trade, Eco-Environment, Education and Trade) sounds like a practical policy option to tell the [Eco-]Environmental and Social Truth [balanced triple bottom line].
Background in agriculture (and a la carte food chef as a teenager) on the family fruit/stud farm in the hills above Perth, Western Australia, then carpentry in the 1960s building boom.
Currently engaged in building designs/calculation/sketches assisting builders and clients get Eco-Fit right - offering international service via camera surveys. And for Government, especially with regard to economical funding for long-term investments. Was a little surprised to see 3 of his key points in Stern Review, Economics of climate change and yo get a reference to Office of Fair Trading after his UK-Treasury input about fairer finance including a balancing return to public purse in July 2007. this can be tried on a small scale, Now that in 2016-18 the enormity of the Transition and climate task appears accepted and 0.0% finance for certain kinds of infrastructure possible. We suggest 1.5% to start, for the challenge will be to limit such funds to the right kinds, More immediately fire-retatdant cladding on buildings can be achieved. Emphasis via a funding tweak possibly also a return to the public purse from high-street created (commercially-created) money, could helping eventually to limit property price inflation extremes, make a return from them. and reduce "wealth divides", keep income tax down, etc.
why not be in touch at first by email?
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