Climate Change Begins At Home

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Climate Change Begins At Home is a 2005 book written by Dr David Reay, a climate scientist at Edinburgh University, UK. The book provides many facts regarding anthropogenic global warming and some solemn warnings of the implications of ignored climate change. The book primarily features suggestions about how individuals can go about helping to reduce their personal greenhouse gas emissions in their daily lives. It uses a hypothetical urban English family as a way of showing the dangerous amount of carbon emissions that the average western individual releases daily that they may not be aware of, and explains how this can be reduced through lifestyle changes.

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