What About China?
In his new book, What About China?: Answers to this and other awkward questions about climate change, Alastair Sawday has joined forces with a panel of experts to give precise and entertaining answers to a series of tricky questions on climate, travel, recycling, food, energy, waste, and finance.
The book tackles all the questions you were afraid to ask, like:
Flying only contributes 3% of the carbon emission, so what's the problem?
Shouldn't we just accept food miles as an unavoidable evil, especially if we want to support Fair Trade?
Do vegetarians use less energy?
Written in collaboration with the Soil Association, Waste Watch, Tridos Bank, Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay travel guides, the Centre for Alternative Technology and James Bruges, author of the The Little Earth Book and The Big Earth Book .
What About China? presents straightforward answers and explanations, facts and figures, that will convert even the most hardened climate change sceptics.
Alastair Sawday's Publishing has given us 10 copies of the book to give away.
For your chance to win, leave us a comment with your favourite climate change related myth, comment, fascinating fact or question.
The best ten submissions will win a copy of the book.
Editor's decision is final. No cash alternative. Competition closes midnight, Sunday 31st August.
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