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The Global Energy Trap and a Way Out

By: Frank Parkinson(Author), Peter Wadhams(Foreword By)
Publisher: Matador
The Global Energy Trap and a Way Out
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It is now generally accepted that the world's climate has entered into a phase of warming and potentially disastrous consequences for the planet, but there is no agreement about how to deal with it. Here, Frank Parkinson provivdes engineering solutions to makes our homes into sources of emission-free energy, and how renewable energy resources can be used, and their energy stored, to alleviate the effects of climate change.

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Frank Parkinson was born in Fleetwood, Lancashire, in 1928, and now lives in Lytham St Annes. He began his career as an engineer at the Bristol Aircraft Company but went into education and lectured in social history and communication both at universities abroad and in the UK. He has published work on science, religion and society, and embarked on this book as he came to see global warming as a unique moral and engineering challenge.

By: Frank Parkinson(Author), Peter Wadhams(Foreword By)
Publisher: Matador
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