Carbon Rating Model an Eco-Commercial Tool for Controlling the Pollution
The author through this paper introduces a new concept of carbon rating for manufacturers and service providers finally resulting in the differential pricing of their identical outputs. The market forces do govern the parameters; here one of the players, the government, by virtue of the power, creates the scene for differential pricing of the identical or nearly identical offerings. The basis of this becomes the pollution generation capacity of the unit where the offering is prepared. The author feels here that merely penalising or drafting the rules / laws are not enough something more has to be done. Thus let the manufacturers / service providers face the market with the differential pricing of the identical or nearly identical offerings, due to existence of units partially / not complying with the pollution norms. The author is optimistic that hitting profit earnings because of differential pricing will bring them into action and sooner or later they will be realising the importance of abiding the pollution norms.
Keywords: Air pollution, light pollution, noise pollution, soil pollution, water pollution, radioactive pollution, greenhouse effect, Cumulative Pollution Generating Potential Score(CSPGPS),Ratio for Pollution Generating Potential Ratio(RPGPR),carbon rating, carbon exchange.
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