David Fleming is London-based independent analyst and expert on the impact of climate change on the market economy. He became known in 1996 when he proposed an energy quota market, the TEQ (Tradable Energy Quotas). He is the author of two forthcoming books: “Lean Logic: The Book of Environmental Manners” and “The lean economy: a survivor’s guide to a future that works”. The second forecasts the impact of future oil price hikes and climate change, and proposes four types of solutions: flexible production, distribution, design, and culture. He was the economic spokesperson for England’s Green Party between 1977 and 1980, and presided the Soil Association between 1988 and 1991. He currently lives in London and recently opposed James Lovelock’s position in favor of nuclear energy use.