Friday, November 29, 2002

But more than this, new resources have to be created to empower people to gain access to better lives. And these resources can only be raised by new forms of taxation, global indirect taxes, raised by a new global tax authority, which are then redistributed. At the same time, these taxes must be used to protect our environment and our resources, so they would be taxes on the use of energy and resources, and on pollution.

Noreena Hertz, “Globalization for the Good of All,” in Everything You Know is Wrong, edited by Russ Kick (36)

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