Kick the Habit: A UN Guide to Climate Neutrality
The worldwide discussion about climate change has been dominating the media for the last years and people all over the world have taken on the topic. UNEP has prepared Kick the Habit - A UN guide to Climate Neutrality, a publication which shows how we can get closer to climate neutrality on the various levels of our society.Kick the Habit - A UN guide to Climate Neutrality is written by experts from many disciplines and various countries, with leading research organizations involved in preparing and reviewing the publication. It is aimed at a broad audience, and it presents solutions for individuals, businesses, cities and countries plus other groups that have similar characteristics such as NGO and intergovernmental organizations. This book is rich in case studies, illustrations, maps and graphics and serves also as reference publication.
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