- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
-Make household emissions easy to calculate, perhaps using an app that can give a predicted thermogram filter over an image of a house. People need to understand how much carbon they are emitting before they can start to isolate specific areas of their house that need improvement.
-Give monetary rewards to people who can prove they are below an acceptable threshold of emissions.
-Teach people, maybe through adverts, what the problem is, how they can help to solve it and why they need to try.
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