Climate Change and the Post Carbon Future
Evans Brothers, 2009 - Climatic changes - 96 pages
Peace Child International's contribution to UN Climate Change Conference is a vision of our world operating comfortably without fossil fuels. This book addresses key issues of the report with links to science, geography and citizenship. It features the views and ideas of high-profile individuals with a special interest in sustainability.
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Foreword by the Rt Hon Ed Miliband
Whats going wrong?
Runaway global warming
Go with the ﬂow
The nuclear question
lawmakers and big business
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