Joanna Lumley says wartime-style rationing could help solve climate crisis

Joanna Lumley says wartime-style rationing could help solve climate crisis

Joanna Lumley says wartime-style rationing could help solve climate crisis

The Guardian says Joanna Lumley has suggested that a system of rationing similar to that seen during wartime, under which people would have a limited number of points to spend on holidays or lavish consumer goods, could eventually help to tackle the climate crisis.

The Absolutely Fabulous actor, who has long campaigned against single-use plastic, said legislation could be the only way to curb the amount of waste produced by the public. “These are tough times, and I think there’s got to be legislation,” she told the Radio Times.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/oct/26/joanna-lumley-wartime-rationing-solve-climate-crisis


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