1. End use–including production, manufacture and distribution of refrigerants.
  2. End use–including extraction, mining, refinement and distribution–of carbon-based fuels for energy production.
  3. Devolution to local level (500 persons) of care, housing, clothing, food and water, for most vulnerable.

principle 1. is first priority because refrigerants are primary in the production of greenhouse gases.

principle 1. provides test case for the implementation of principle 2. It will demonstrate speeds and costs of transition in both human and economic terms. It will show if existing market forms are able to respond to global people-led change–that is legal and enforceable change–or whether they must be reformed. Such changes as must be made will be transferred to the implementation of principle 2.

principle 3. exists to protect those who are most vulnerable during times of transition.