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There Is No Planet B A Handbook for the Make or Break Years

By: Mike Berners-Lee(Author)
300 pages, 38 b/w illustrations, 4 maps, 2 tables
There Is No Planet B
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  • There Is No Planet B ISBN: 9781108439589 Paperback Jan 2019 Available for pre-order : Due Jan 2019
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We all know deep down that these are the "make or break" years for humanity and the planet and that we cannot flee to another world: but what can any of us really do about it? There Is No Plan[et] B has many of the answers, laid out in an accessible and entertaining way, filled with astonishing statistics and analysis. Framed around the key fascinating questions, it offers a big picture perspective on our biggest environmental and economic challenges – energy, climate change, food, hunger, recycling, biodiversity, plastic pollution, antibiotics – just to name a few. Whether you are an everyday concerned citizen or a policy maker, this is a handbook of what we might actually do in order to help improve the lot of humanity on this – our only – planet. This is a popular read, practical guide, student reader, and reference guide: all in one.


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1. Introduction
2. Food
3. More on Climate and Environment
4. Energy
5. Travel and Transport
6. Growth, Money and Metrics
7. People and Work
8. Business and Technology
9. Values, Truth and Trust
10. Conclusion: Thinking Skills for Today's World
11. Big Picture Summary
12. What Can I Do? Summary

Appendix: Climate Change Basics
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By: Mike Berners-Lee(Author)
300 pages, 38 b/w illustrations, 4 maps, 2 tables
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