Energy and Carbon Emissions
the way we live today

By (author) Nicola Terry


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Nicola Terry graduated from Cambridge University in 1984 with a first-class degree in computer science and engineering. After becoming interested in environmental issues, she took a degree in Environmental Studies at the Open Univeristy. Nicola is an active member of Transition Cambridge Energy Group and is a surveyor in Cambridge Carbon Footprint's Climate Friendly Homes project; through these activities she has discussed energy consumption with people in a wide range of houses.

You can find more about nicola on her own website and blog: Energy Thoughts and Surprises.


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