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The Energy Challenge Finding Solutions to the Problems of Global Warming and Future Energy Supply

Out of Print
By: Geoffrey Haggis
248 pages
The Energy Challenge
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  • The Energy Challenge ISBN: 9781904744665 Hardback Jan 2007 Out of Print #164835
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This book examines issues surrounding the need for the UK to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels in the coming century, and how that can be achieved in a way that ensures we are all happier as a result.

In a comprehensive yet accessible way, it looks at measures such as transport, food, woodlands and providing new sources of energy.

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Out of Print
By: Geoffrey Haggis
248 pages
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A good book, with some interesting insights... not so much an energy challenge as an energy triumph!Renew (Open University)"This book I would heartily recommend to anyone who wants to see more clearly how we get from 'here' to 'there'. This is a book of vision as well of science."Network Review Magazine"A detailed, realistic scenario for a UK zero-carbon future"Resurgence
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