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How to Go Carbon Neutral : A Practical Guide to Treading More Lightly Upon the Earth - Mark Brassington

How to Go Carbon Neutral

A Practical Guide to Treading More Lightly Upon the Earth

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This book gives you the nuts and bolts instructions for changing your lifestyle towards becoming more carbon neutral. It includes everything from the back yard compost bin to the electric car.

From the humble low-energy bulb to a 50KW wind turbine, the principle remains the same - you are one step closer to being carbon neutral, and one step further away from your bills.

About the Author

Mark Brassington is determined to go carbon neutral. He has doggedly set about trying to do so from scratch, using his existing house. As a father, he wants to do his bit to make sure that his son Charlie as a future on this planet. He has read lots of books, surfed lots of websites, asked lots of questions, and made lots of mistakes. He's tried everything from putting vegetable oil in his car to composting dog poo. This has left him with a broad knowledge of going carbon neutral, which he is passing on to you in this book.

'The first easy to read, step by step guide to adapting your life to live carbon free.' The Visitor

Introduction: Earth at Breaking Point; 1. Getting Started; 2. Heating; 3. Electricity; 4. Water; 5. Transport; 6. Food; 7. Shopping; Useful Information; Index

ISBN: 9781845282509
ISBN-10: 1845282507
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 1st December 2007
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.2  x 1.2
Weight (kg): 0.281