Climate Change: Simple Things You Can Do to Make a Difference

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Chelsea Green Publishing, Apr 21, 2009 - Nature - 96 pages
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You know that the ice caps are melting, the seasons are changing, sea levels are rising, storms are on the increase, but what can you do about it? Plenty!

This book puts the power back into your hands in the face of the doom and gloom of climate change. You don’t have to wait for someone else to sort it out; rather than worry and feel helpless, you can get up and do something.

Climate Change: Simple Things You Can Do to Make a Difference is packed with ideas for action, from simple everyday things that cost nothing to bigger projects that involve more time and money. For example:

Get on your bike • Buy local food • Turn off your TV • Insulate your attic • Recycle and compost • Take the train • Turn down the heat • Install solar panels

Do your part and protect the planet for today and tomorrow.

 

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Jon Clift has a Masters degree in Sustainable Environmental Management and has been growing vegetables and fruit for many years in his gardens and allotments, and windowsills. Along with Amanda Cuthbert, he has authored six Green Books' titles on environmental issues.  He works as a freelance environmental consultant and lives in South Devon, England.

Amanda Cuthbert has been growing vegetables and fruit for many years in her gardens, allotments, and windowsills. Along with Jon Clift, she is the author of six Green Books' titles on environmental issues. She lives in Devon, England where she works as a freelance writer and marketing consultant.

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