Category of the action
Mitigation - Helping U.S. enact carbon price legislation
What actions do you propose?
Who will take these actions?
Where will these actions be taken?
How much will emissions be reduced or sequestered vs. business as usual levels?
What are other key benefits?
What are the proposal’s costs?
Tag or tagging could refer to:
- 1 Identification
- 2 Computing
- 3 Language and education
- 4 Sport
- 5 Media
- 6 Natural science
- 7 Government/political organizations
- 8 Logistics
- 9 Other uses
- 10 See also
- Dog tag (military), an ID tag worn by military personnel
- Ear tag, an ID tag worn by farm animals
- Pet tag, an ID tag worn by pets
- Toe tag, an ID tag worn by dead bodies in the morgue
- A form of graffiti signature
- QR code or mobile tag, a type of matrix barcode
- Vehicle registration plate, a plate attached to a motor vehicle or trailer for official identification
- TAG (BBS), a bulletin board software program
- Tag (Facebook), a link to another Facebook page
- Tag (metadata), an index term assigned to a piece of information; a type of meta-information that captures knowledge about an information resource
- Tag (programming), a method for passing parameters to subroutines
- Tags (Unicode block), deprecated characters for invisibly tagging texts by language
- HTML tag, a component of the HTML markup language
- Revision tag, a label for a specific revision of a project
- Tag editor, software that supports editing metadata of multimedia file formats
- Tag files, indexes to identifiers in source code generated by ctags
- Tag system, a deterministic computational model
- Tag URI, a unique identifier protocol used in internet