A "must read".
Philip Rodney writing in The Times (Scotland), or on-line business section
“Carbon Choices show how the climate and biodiversity emergencies can
be solved by common-sense actions by society and individuals. Easy to read and thought provoking”
Professor Emeritus David Sugden, University of Edinburgh
Dr Sam Curran, Environmentalist
“as our negative impact on the planet is becoming more apparent, Carbon Choices gives food for thought to those of us who want to turn the situation on its head and leave the world in a better place than we found it".
Colin Webster, Learning Content Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
"I hope Neil’s book will inform and inspire you in equal measure to make the right carbon choices that we
all so urgently need to make".
Mike Robinson, Chief Executive,
Royal Scottish Geographical Society
Dr Martin Valenti, former vice-chair of Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group
Clive Mitchell, Open University
and Outcome Manager, NatureScot
Barry Carruthers, Head of Innovation & Sustainability, Scottish Power
“a practical guide to address climate change through the ways we act and live”.
Rupert Parkinson, Engineer in the Petrochemical Industry
"As an A-level Geography student and young person highly passionate about the environment, this book is an invaluable resource in concisely and comprehensively explaining the climate crisis. It optimistically but realistically outlines the solutions we need to take both individually and as a society to tackle it, creating a vision for a brighter, more sustainable future. Up to date info on the COVID-19 pandemic and current global situation furthers the importance and prevalence of the guidance provided. Carbon Choices should be required reading for every lawmaker or politician, to help implore them to face the gravity of our current climate crisis".
Amelia Huntington, A Level Geography Student“helpful for students and geography teachers looking for an engaging book without drowning people in science”.
Professor Sean Smith, Chair of Future Construction, University of Edinburgh
Ben Lynam, Head of Communications,
The Travel Foundation
Dave Pearson, Group Sustainable Development Director, Star Refrigeration
Jim Panton, Managing Director, Panton McLeod
Eric McRory, Chief Economist with an Environment Protection Agency
Chris Wood-Gee, former chair of Sustainable Scotland Network
Osbert Lancaster, Director, Realise Earth
Andrew Smith, Director,
Greenbackers Investment Capital
Francesco Sindico, Co-Director Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law and Governance
Neil Glasser, Professor of Physical Geography, Aberystwyth University
Dr Scot Mathieson, Conservation Policy Officer