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What About China?

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The latest title from Alastair Sawday’s Fragile Earth series sets out to challenge climate change sceptics. It answers all the questions that you’re afraid to ask and lays to rest the speculations and misconceptions rife amongst even the most informed individuals.
The book is laid out as a series of questions with jargon-free answers; topics covered include climate, recycli
144 pages
Published July 3rd 2008 by Alastair Sadway
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Emma Cooper
I’m not really the target audience for this book. It’s aimed at armchair activists who write letters to governments and big business, and the kind of people who often find themselves engaged in debates on environmental issues. If that’s you, then this is a great book to have. It’s divided into 7 sections, each written by a suitable expert. The foreword for the whole thing is written by Pat Thomas of the Ecologist. The idea is that this book will give you all the information you need to debunk th ...more
Spaceship Earth is sinking, or to be exact, burning with global warming. Shake off those skeptics; the Earth is getting warmer and warmer and if we don't slow it down, we'll be doomed.

But. Good gracious. This book made me realize there are still so many changes I have to do with my lifestyle.

Now I wish we have a bank like Triodos here.
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