via interwoven threads
it's a very handy summary of some of the main things to think about for now
my three questions would be:
- if the average family did ALL of this what would the impact be? (is it the required 80%+ reduction)?
- what is missing from this list both within CO2 emissions (air conditioning, growing your own food, maintaining and using technology products for longer, buying second hand, dynamic demand schemes, home energy monitors, living in smaller spaces, freecycle...) and also beyond carbon emissions (eg swimming pools, composting, bottled water, local shops...)?
- what could community sized groups of people do that's beyond the scope of any of these nuclear family -bound actions (shared resource network models)?
on the last point, while waiting for my pre-ordered copy of the Transition Handbook I am reading the pdf guide