Cheer up, we can all save the planet. Books about climate change can be depressing, so three cheers for Chris Goodall's latest, Ten Technologies to Save the Planet, for its positive, pragmatic message.
...Best of all, you don't need science qualifications to understand it.
Written in an accessible, engaging style...
Small wonder, perhaps, that this timely, thoughtful book was recently chosen as one of the Financial Times Books of the Years. It provides some fascinating, carefully analysed insights into where we might go next..(Oxford Times)
Ten Technologies is superb - it cuts like lightning through the myths and muddled thinking surrounding energy issues. It is vital, topical, and a very fresh approach (Mark Lynas)
[A] brilliantly concise and clear-eyed account (Fred Pearce New Scientist)
First-class (BBC Focus)
Goodall's book contains much of the information you'll need to follow the energy debates in years to come (The Herald (Glasgow))
A readable, persuasive and pleasantly optimistic work of popular science (Independent on Sunday)