Food and Climate Change without the hot air

Food is responsible for 25% of our carbon emissions. From breakfast to lunch, snacks to supper, Professor Bridle outlines the climate impact of the food we eat.

Food is responsible for 25% of our carbon emissions. Sarah Bridle steers clear of emotive words to focus on the facts on the climate impact of the food we eat.

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9780857845030 | Published: May 2020 | UIT Cambridge Ltd.


The Fall and Rise of Nuclear Power in Britain

Simon Taylor traces the UK’s nuclear energy history, from the optimism of the 1950s, through the disillusionment of the 1980s to a new role for nuclear in the 21st century.

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9781906860318 | Published: March 2016 | UIT Cambridge Ltd.