How Bad are Bananas?: The Carbon Footprint of Everything

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Profile, 2010 - Carbon dioxide - 239 pages
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We always hear the same old green advice ... fly less, turn the thermostat down, drive a hybrid car. But what about all the other things we buy and do? Part green-lifestyle guide, part popular science book, How Bad Are Bananas? is the first book to provide the facts we need to make carbon-savvy purchases and lifestyle decisions.

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User Review  - uufnn - LibraryThing

From the back cover of the book: Chris Goodall, author of Ten Technologies to Save the Planet, said of this book, "Mike Berners-Lee knows more about carbon footprints than anyone else...[It is] a ... Read full review

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User Review  - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing

This is a very accessible and interesting reference book on the carbon footprints of things we do. It is a sliding scale from the smallest of activities (text messages) to the largest (World Cups ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

MIKE BERNERS-LEE is the founding director of an associate company of Lancaster University which specialises in organisational responses to climate change.

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