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How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint 365 Practical Ways to Make a Real Difference

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By: Joanna Yarrow
128 pages, col. Illustrations
How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
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How to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint is the ultimate guide to helping individuals make real changes that can help to stem the advance of climate change. Packed full of realistic, achievable ideas for transforming our lives so that we can all contribute to halting global warming, it gives a wealth of information and practical advice on the major lifestyle issues of our time: what new forms of energy we should be considering, how we can take a responsible approach to travel, and above all what we can usefully do at home and at work to cut back pollution and waste. Everywhere you look, there's a way to save energy without affecting your quality of life. Whether it be a simple change of habit, or a forward-looking home improvement project, you'll find plenty of suggestions that relate to you, proving that sustainable living is good not only for the planet, and sometimes your bank balance, but also your health and your karma.

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Joanna Yarrow is an eco-expert and media personality who provides green advice for shows including Tonight with Trevor MacDonald, GMTV and The Sunday Surgery on Radio 1. She is also a director of environmental consultancy Beyond Green and the author of 1001 Ways You Can Save the Planet (DBP, 2007).

Handbook / Manual
By: Joanna Yarrow
128 pages, col. Illustrations
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