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Published: Sunday 28 July, 2013

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A cow tax of 13 per animal has been mooted in Ireland, while Denmark is discussing a levy as high as 80 per cow to offset the potential penalties each country faces from European Union legislation aimed isabel marant flana jacket at combating global warming.



The proposed levies are opposed vigorously by farming groups. The Irish Farmers Association said that the cattle industry would move to South America to avoid E isabel marant flana jacket U taxes.



Livestock contribute 18 per cent of the greenhouse gases believed to cause global warming, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation. The Danish Tax Commission estimates that a cow will emit four tonnes of methane a year in burps and flatulence, compared with 2.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide for an average car.



Livestock contribute 18 per cent of the greenhouse gases believed to cause global warming, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation. The Danish Tax Commission estimates that a cow will emit four tonnes of methane a year in burps and flatulence, compared with 2.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide for an average car.



Well it sure figures to tax cows because two years ago methane levels stabilisedand scientists were confused.



More recently, methane levels have jumped and scientists are baffled because it is now believed the rise may be part of a natural cycle in mother nature and not the direct result of man contributions.



So before anyone notices, tax the bleeding cows. Now what shall we do about sheep? I mean the four legged ones.



maree, I was just thinking about that. I wonder how much the forest service will have to pay in fines for all the deer flatulence. And will we have to calculate the amount of time the dolphins and whales spend in a country territorial waters to properly fine them? And would the UN itself be responsible for all the farting that goes on in international waters? Or is that America fault?



Baron, I not doing the calculations, I simply make a million dollar bet that it adds up to more than 1,000% and let someone else do the legwork.



These activities are significant emitters, so not including them makes it harder on everyone else. But there are thousands and thousands of farmers, so how can they be efficiently included from an administrative perspective, and also reward those producers that reduce emissions? The short answer is you can do it. So the greenocrats solution is to simply tax them out of existence, and you end up paying the same amount of tax per head no matter how much you might change your practices to reduce emissions. So no incentives to reduce emissions, but you still have to pay for your sins and be a nice little earner for the government.



So the greenocrats solution is to simply tax them out of existence, and you end up paying the same amount of tax per head no matter how much you might change your practices to reduce emissions. So no incentives to reduce emissions, but you still have to pay for your sins and be a nice little earner for the government.



Precisely. These tax and trade and now tax schemes are just that: tax schemes. All their the Planet rhetoric is a smokescreen, as the promoters of this nonsense have no interest in the planet but great interest in increasing tax revenues.



Europeans aim to turn cattle into cash cows:



A cow tax of 13 per animal has been mooted in Ireland, while Denmark is discussing a levy as high as 80 per cow to offset the potential penalties each country faces from European Union legislation aimed at combating global warming.



The proposed isabel marant flana jacket levies are opposed vigorously by farming groups. The Irish Farmers Association said that the cattle industry would move to South America to avoid EU taxes.



Livestock contribute 18 per cent of the greenhouse gases believed to cause global warming, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation. The Danish Tax Commission estimates that a cow will emit four tonnes of methane a year in burps and flatulence, compared with 2.7 tonnes of carbon dioxide for an average car. isabel marant flana jacket

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