Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Dutch cap on emissions?

A group of Dutch school children bet their Government's Environment Ministry that they could reduce their carbon emissions by more than the Ministry could over a four week period. The children won €2,000 after reducing their emissions at school and at home by a whopping 33 percent compared to the Ministry's still very creditable 20 percent. Had they lost they would have had to carry the Environment minister round the Hague in a rickshaw.

Well done kids - now keep it up through the winter.

The full story can be read by clicking here.

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