Natural environment  |  Publications  |  27.06.2011

Kick the Habit: A UN guide to climate neutrality

Aimed at a broad audience, this publication shows how various levels of society can work towards climate neutrality. The book is rich in case studies, illustrations, maps and graphics and serves also as a reference publication.

Written in easy language so as to make it understandable, but based on the most up-to-date science and policy, it is a guide for governments, organisations small and large, businesses and individuals who want to embark on the path to climate neutrality.

It explains the problems posed by climate change and the main causes. It discusses the main actors involved from the individual to the international level, and the main steps that need to be taken across the sectors.

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