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Title:
Fight For Planet A
Written by:
Craig Reucassel 
Read by:
Craig Reucassel 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
5 hours 35 minutes 
Published:
November 12 2020 
Available Date:
November 12 2020 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867513322 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Climate 
Publisher:
ABC Audio 
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Featuring a few shocking statistics to make you sit up and take notice, plus many more pro-active tips and strategies for everyday Australians who want to make a difference, Fight for Planet A is for anyone who has no Planet B – which is most of us.

Most Australians know that climate change is real, but many don’t know what to do about it and feel powerless. In Fight for Planet A, Craig Reucassel shows it isn’t as scary as we think, and we can make a difference to help protect the world for future generations. Craig sets out solutions and practical day-to-day changes we can make to reduce our carbon footprint, as well changes governments need to make without further delay. Find out: why ‘avoid, renew, reduce and offset’ should be the new Insta mantra; why solar and Green Power can cut your carbon footprint, even if underfloor heating and hydroponics are your thing; how the government’s investment in discussion papers means we lag behind most of the world when it comes to low-emission cars; why electric cars have more grunt than your average muscle car; how long we could power our homes on the emissions generated by our favourite cuts of beef; and much more. Featuring a few shocking statistics to make you sit up and take notice, plus many more pro-active tips and strategies for everyday Australians who want to make a difference, Fight for Planet A is for anyone who has no Planet B – which is most of us.