Why are we so focused on highly technical and hugely expensive fixes to the Earth’s climate problems? Perhaps the reason is a belief that complex systems need complex solutions? Or maybe it’s our mindset, which says that if relatively complicated engineering got us into this mess, why shouldn’t we use technology to get us out? But what if we went in the opposite direction? What if, instead of building mirrors or curtains in space, or spraying seawater into the air, we simply changed human behavior? What if we used pricing or taxation to modify everyday life? For example, if the purchase price or use of an electric tumble dryer became exorbitantly expensive, many people would rapidly switch to a simple clothesline instead.
Below are Some of the Ideas that should be implemented