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Last updated on July 13th, 2017 at 01:37 pm
Despite leading a monkish life, David Freddoso still exceeds future cave-dwelling emission standards:
For all of my needless austerity, I still emitted more than 3,500 kg of carbon dioxide in October (as calculated here), almost entirely because I took two plane trips. Great Britain, in its effort to meet its Kyoto obligations, has as its goal to limit subjects to an average of just 8,000 kg of carbon dioxide per year — and in the future they want to cut that in half to 4,000 kg per year! There’s no way I’m going to meet that standard.
There’s no way anyone is. Unless we become actresses, like Toni Collette, in which case our flight emissions don’t count.