You Can Save The Planet by Richard Hough
  

You Can Save The Planet

Written by Richard Hough

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Age 6+. A highly practical users guide to taking steps in daily life to limit climate change. Subtitled A day in the life of your carbon footprint, it details exactly what the cost to the environment failing to take care of resources can be.

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You Can Save The Planet by Richard Hough

Reveals the impact of everyday life on the environment, and shows how even the smallest actions can make a difference to the future of our planet. This book is suitable for young adults and their families.

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'At last, a book to show you how to fight climate change... Full of useful tips to help us make a difference.'

, August 2007) 'A young person's guide to ethical living... Full of stats and info on how you can make a difference.

'Some really good - and achievable - recommendations that are sure to motivate anyone vaguely interested to have a go.'

'Bright, interesting and imperative kids'

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'From dressing and eating to using email and mobile phones, this book reveals the impact of everyday life on the environment and shows how even the smallest actions can make a difference to the future of our planet'

'An eye catching book dealing with important environmental issues. It packs a punch with its excellent research, colourful photographs and succinct and relevant text.'

, 2008)

About the Author

Richard Hough is an environmentalist and writes on ethical living for The Guardian.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Richard Hough
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Publisher

A & C Black Publishers Ltd

Publication date

13th July 2007

ISBN

9780713686883

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