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How to live a low-carbon life: the individual's guide to stopping climate change

Author: Goodall, Chris Publisher: Earthscan, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 319 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 1844074269Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


How to Live a Low-Carbon Life The individual's guide to stopping climate change Contents List of Figures and Tables Sources and Units of Measurement Acknowledgements Introduction: Getting from 121/2 Tonnes to 3 Tonnes of Carbon Dioxide per Person vii xi xiii 1 1 The Extraordinary Cheapness of Fossil Fuels 2 The Scope for Government Action 3 The Inadequacy of Alternative Means of Reducing Emissions 4 No One Else Is Doing Much, So You'd Better Do Something Yourself 5 How Our Lives Generate Emissions and What We Can Do about It 6 Home Heating 7 Water Heating and Cooking 8 Lighting 9 Household Appliances 10 Car Travel 11 Public Transport 11 25 43 57 71 81 115 123 135 175 211 12 Air Travel 13 Food 14 Other Indirect Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions 15 Domestic Use of Renewable Energy 16 Cancelling Out Emissions 17 Conclusions Afterword 217 229 247 255 275 285 289 Appendix: Sources of the Main Averages Notes List of Acronyms and Abbreviation 293 297 311

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