Tradable Energy Quotas: A Policy Framework for Peak Oil and Climate Change was commissioned by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Peak Oil and written by David Fleming and Shaun Chamberlin of The Lean Economy Connection.
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Peak Oil
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Peak Oil was set up in July 2007 to review estimates of future oil production and consider the consequences of declining world oil production for the UK and world economy.
John Hemming MP, Chairman (Liberal Democrat)
Caroline Lucas MP, Vice Chair (Green)
Mark Williams MP, Vice Chair (Liberal Democrat)
Stephen Williams MP, Treasurer (Liberal Democrat)
Simon Wright (Liberal Democrat)
Lorely Burt MP (Liberal Democrat)
Tom Brake MP (Liberal Democrat)
Andrew George MP (Liberal Democrat)
Lord Teverson MP (Liberal Democrat)
Bill Wiggin MP (Conservative)
David Amess MP (Conservative)
Austin Mitchell MP (Labour)
Michael Meacher MP (Labour)
Kelvin Hopkins MP (Labour)
Steve McCabe MP (Labour)
George Mudie MP (Labour)
Dr Alan Whitehead MP (Labour)
Frank Doran MP (Labour)
Gisela Stuart MP (Labour)
Iain Wright MP (Labour)
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The Lean Economy Connection
The Lean Economy Connection is an independent research centre founded by Dr David Fleming in 1994 to develop the application of lean thinking to environment policy.
Dr Fleming (1940-2010) first described the model of TEQs (Tradable Energy Quotas) in 1996. His popular guide to TEQs, Energy and the Common Purpose, was published in 2005 (third edition, 2007). His book, Lean Logic, was published posthumously in 2011.
Shaun Chamberlin joined The Lean Economy Connection as TEQs Development Director in 2006. His book, The Transition Timeline, was published in March 2009 (Green Books). His wider work is detailed at: www.darkoptimism.org
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Shaun worked closely with Dr. David Fleming for the last four years of his life. He was a member of DEFRA’s Personal Carbon Allowances Advisory Group, reviewing progress in the UK government’s pre-feasibility study into TEQs, and co-authored the All Party Parliamentary report into the scheme. He is also a director of the Ecological Land Co-operative and author of the Transition movement’s second book, The Transition Timeline.
Dr. Victoria Hurth
Victoria is a lecturer at Plymouth University with a professional background as a management and marketing consultant. Her PhD considered the social, cultural and marketing influences that shape energy consumption and she is a regular guest lecturer on Sustainable Marketing. She has been a Climate Change Advocate for the British Council and currently sits at a committee level for the British Standards Institution, the Plymouth Social Enterprise Network and the Plymouth Climate Change Commission.
Dr. Larch Maxey
Larch is a Research Fellow at Plymouth University with over twenty years’ experience of teaching, researching and practising sustainability. He has produced over forty academic and popular publications, including a co-edited book on Low Impact Development. He is also a member of the Steering Group of both the Ecological Land Co-operative and the Network of Wellbeing.
Jules has worked in sustainability and well-being for twenty-five years and is a founding partner of the Flourishing Enterprise consultancy, Chairman of the Edelman Sustainability and Citizenship Group and a member of the Advisory Board of Richard Branson’s B Team. He is also a trustee of the new economics foundation, a fellow of the think tank ResPublica and a director of the Happy City movement. He previously worked for two years as the director of David Cameron’s Quality of Life Commission.
Alexis is the founder of the cuttingthecarbon consultancy. He worked for nine years as a BBC journalist and for four years was a councillor for the London Borough of Camden, chairing their all-party Sustainability Task Force. He is also News Editor for the Transition Free Press newspaper and author of Communities, Councils and Carbon: what we can do if governments won’t.