By P. R. Sammonds, J M T Thompson, J. M. T. Thompson
If you'd like an concept of the place present earth technological know-how study is heading. however the first bankruptcy on assessing the dangers of no longer addressing carbon emissions is definitely worth the rate of admission.
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Mr Black ﬂies each year to Lima at a cost of £459, producing almost 3 tonnes of GHG on each round trip. (j) Retirement (Aged 60–75+) Free from the need for daily trips to work and with grown up children, our two subjects should see substantial drops in their energy use, GHG emissions and energy costs. Indeed, both could be expected to drop into the ‘low’ household energy user bracket, though with Mr Meyer making further cuts in household GHG emissions and energy costs as outlined previously. However, Mr Black negates much of this post-retirement decrease in climate impact by buying himself a petrol guzzling classic car which, even though only used for 9000 km of travelling each year, produces over 3 tonnes of GHG and costs £863 in fuel.
Advances in Earth Science: From Earthquakes to Global Warming by P. R. Sammonds, J M T Thompson, J. M. T. Thompson