In addition to color, pay attention to the weight and comfort of the clothes, as well as sleeve and pant leg length; wicking fabrics are a good choice - they keep you comfortable in hot (or cold) weather. Long sleeve shirts and pants will provide more sun and bug protection than short sleeves and shorts or skirts, but I know that not everyone (myself included) is always going to follow this good guidance. When opting for less clothing coverage, be especial vigilant about applying sunscreen (first) and after waiting, bug repellant with DEET (approximately 30%), to bare skin. Many travelers do not realize it, but DEET does not work when sprayed on your clothes, only your skin. For clothing you need permethrin, which is sold at outdoor stores as a spray you can use to treat your clothing and make it bug repellant, and this will last through multiple washings - more than enough to get you through the trip. The ideal solution is a combination of permethrin treated clothing and DEET-based repellant on skin. Another treatment solution is Insect Shield, clothes and accessories that have been treated to bind permethrin to the fabric - instead of spraying your own garments you buy ones made with Insect Shield . It was the first EPA-registered insect repellant clothing, introduced in 2003 after seven years of research and development. The company makes its own branded items as well as for other travel and outdoor clothing outfitters such as ExOfficio.
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It may form part of a plan by ministers to get about a million homes a year renovated during the next two decades. The government will fail to meet its climate change laws unless it can cut emissions from household heating. The proposals are part of the government's long-delayed Clean Growth Plan, being published on Thursday, which defines how it aims to reduce carbon emissions across the whole economy. As part of the the Climate Change Act, the government needs to cut CO2 emissions by 57% from 1990 levels by 2050. A recent report called for radical policies to incentivise homeowners - such as fining people who sell cold, draughty homes, or introducing a variable stamp duty to reward those who have insulated their homes and punish those who have not. The point of sale of a house is seen as the best time to undertake improvements that many people find costly and disruptive. Ms Perry told the BBC Radio 4's Today programme she was "interested" in the idea of lowering stamp duty on properties that have been made energy efficient. She described the idea as potentially "one of the incentives" to encourage homeowners into implementing energy-saving measures on their houses. She added: "It's more likely that a home where insulation has been put in would attract a higher value, because the running cost of that home over the lifetime of ownership would be lower." The application of stamp duty is devolved around the UK, so this would only apply to energy efficient homes in England. Homes now account for 13% of the UK's emissions, and this rises to 22% once electricity use is taken into account. Ed Matthew, from the climate change think tank E3G, has welcomed the plan but says there needs to be a clear strategy.