The Economical Environmentalist

Author: Prashant Vaze
Publisher: Earthscan
ISBN: 1849774609
Size: 15.13 MB
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Reducing your carbon emissions in an economic down-turn can be challenging, but saving the planet doesn't have to cost you more. Tough economic times need not relegate concerns for the planet to the back burner. The author is an environmental economist trying to live a low-carbon life in London. He worked for 15 years in the UK's Office of Climate Change, the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit and the Department of the Environment. So far so good. But he has kids. A family to visit in India. A hectic job. In distilling and building on his own experience of trying to live a low carbon life, he helps us navigate the choices that confront us all - families, singletons, pensioners - when making decisions about what to eat, what to buy, how to travel and how to keep warm in the era of climate change and economic turmoil. He works out the sums and lets us know which choices will make the biggest difference, and which are false savings. His book is an irreverent but seriously rigorous reference guide to low-cost, low-carbon living for everyone - in any location - in tough times. It's brimming with up-to-date information on current and future technologies, tips and ideas for every budget on how to spend the least for the biggest carbon reduction gain and insight from the experiences of people trying to live low-carbon lives.

Landscape Below

Author: Bruce C Ball
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
ISBN: 1849523266
Size: 60.41 MB
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Aimed at all concerned about the environment, this book presents a radical vision of the future of farming and community life, based on hidden insights from the life and spirit of the soil and on the author's experiences of growing up in the small, agricultural community of Clatt in North-East Scotland. Bruce Ball is a soils specialist with a research and consultancy career spanning 35 years. His regular contact with soil in the field and with farmers has led to a deep understanding of the critical importance of soil to our future survival.

Living In The Environment

Author: George Tyler Miller
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780534519124
Size: 32.42 MB
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This book is designed to be used in introductory courses on environmental science. It treats environmental science as an interdisciplinary study, combining ideas and information from natural sources and social sciences.

Epa Journal

Author: United States. Environmental Protection Agency
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Size: 50.48 MB
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Economics

Author: John Sloman
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780135075593
Size: 24.38 MB
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