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The Carbon Almanac: It’s Not Too Late - The Carbon Almanac Network, 2022

2022-08-18 14:36

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The Carbon Almanac: It’s Not Too Late - The Carbon Almanac Network, 2022

The Carbon Almanac is a ground-breaking new book, and in several ways, the first of its kind...

The Carbon Almanac is a ground-breaking new book, and in several ways, the first of its kind.

 

While various books have been published about the climate crisis, before now it’s been hard for the lay person to build a comprehensive and coherent picture. Unsurprising, given the amount of money that’s been invested globally in climate change denial and deflection. 

 

The Carbon Almanac seeks to address that. The brainchild of best-selling author Seth Godin, the Almanac is the first single-source repository of facts, data, infographics, history and resources about climate change to have been published for a mainstream audience.

 

Most notably, it’s been crafted and written by an international, all-volunteer collective of impassioned authors, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, teachers and creators who all cared enough to give up their time to make a difference. 

 

Designed as a conversation starter, the intention for the book is to kickstart group dialogue, and more poignantly, action. It’s the perfect accompaniment for organisations starting out on their journeys to net zero. 

 

Full disclosure: Cathryn has been volunteering for the Carbon Almanac Network since February 2022, so we’re naturally biased towards the book. That said, as the scale of the climate crisis hits home, shouldn’t we all be prioritising the transition to a reduced carbon world?

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