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Brace yourselves, here comes mobGAS ©®

The rather alarming mobGAS ©® of which the EuroCommissars are clearly very proud,

"
is a new mobile phone application available in 21 European languages that allows users to see how their daily choices impact on climate change... information about everyday activities – cooking, transport, lighting, electronic appliances etc. - is put into the application, and calculations made of individual emissions. A user diary of daily, weekly and yearly emissions can be registered on a secure website, allowing a comparison with national and world averages. The application also includes an animation reflecting the user's contribution to the Kyoto Protocol target".

I wonder how many people NOT on the EU's payroll will manage to update every day for a year... (there are two users showing on the site at the mo' - Kam_comp and Bali_2007. Kam has been responsible for 35kg and Bali 90. Shocking....)

I for one would prefer an application that showed how much the EU was costing me, with daily updates.

Hoping to find which lucky language groups are spared this, I tried a little light googling, and mobgas.com is also mobile telephony connected - "get the latest gas prices in your area right from your cell phone. Receive SMS alerts when lower prices are available".

The EU's download link is here. And it does not, that I can see, list the download languages .

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