How to Live a Low-Carbon Life
|LC Class||QC879.8 .G62 2007|
According to New Scientist, this book provides "the definitive guide to reducing your carbon footprint". Goodall explains how consumers can cut carbon usage by 75 percent without making drastic lifestyle changes.
A second edition was published in 2010.
- "How to Live a Low-Carbon Life: The Individual's Guide to Stopping Climate Change (Paperback)". Routledge. 2013. Retrieved 3 January 2013.
- Pearce, Fred (21 April 2007). "How to Live a Low-Carbon Life, by Chris Goodall". New Scientist. Cite error: Invalid
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- Strong, W Alan (2007). Book reviews "How to live a low-carbon life: the individual's guide to stopping climate change" Check
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- Kennedy, Dominic (4 August 2007). "Walking to the shops ‘damages planet more than going by car’". The Times.
- Chris Goodall
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