Screw Light Bulbs: Smarter ways to save Australians time and money
Do we risk crashing our economy by tackling climate change? Should we stop eating chocolate for the good of the planet? How did cheap petrol become so expensive? And what’s the real story behind Australia’s light bulb ban? Screw Light Bulbs is the book for Australians who want environmental solutions that go beyond changing light bulbs.
Based on years of research and behind-the-scenes interviews, Screw Light Bulbsoffers positive, credible answers to to how Australia can get serious about tackling climate change. Written in a concise, Q & A-format for people with busy lives, this book shows how everyone – from individuals to businesses and governments, in small towns and big cities – can make a difference.
All authors' proceeds from the sale of this book will go directly into climate adaptation work in the Torres Strait and to the International Women’s Development Agency.
Shortlisted – 2011 UNAA World Environment Day Awards (Media Award for Environmental Reporting)
Praise for Screw Light Bulbs:
If you’re sick of the shouting and wailing from the climate debate but want to know what’s really going on and what can be done about it, this is the book for you.TANYA HA, AUTHOR AND TELEVISION PRESENTER
The book is written in a breezy, accessible style that feels neither preachy nor dumbed down: just eminently sensible.THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010
EXTENT: 214 pages
SIZE: 235 x 155 mm
CATEGORY: Australian Studies, Donna Green, General Non-fiction, Liz Minchin,