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The energy use of both Mr Black’s and Mr Meyer’s family could be expected to rise into the ‘high user’ category at this point in their lives. Indeed, Mr Black’s household does just that. Energy related GHG emissions rising to over 13 tonnes a year at a cost of £739. 5 tonnes below this level and save £154 in energy costs at the same time. 20 and giving rise to around 13 kg of GHG each time. Mr Black ﬂies each year to Seattle at a cost of £249 and produces 2229 kg of GHG on each round trip. (i) Pre-retirement (Aged 45–60) Until now we have examined only those activities of our two subjects which have an impact on their GHG emissions at home and while travelling.
It is not in the United States’ economic best interest” [Kleiner (2001)]. As the world’s biggest GHG polluter, it is vital that the US be involved sooner rather than later, in eﬀorts to tackle global climate change. However, certain cost-beneﬁt analyses do seem to bear out some of the US administration’s objections to GHG cuts. g. Nordhaus (1994); Lutter (2000); Nordhaus and Boyer (2000)]. With more extensive reductions leading to an ever-escalating cost per tonne of GHG saved [Lomborg (2001)].