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IFLScience! How to F**king Save the Planet

The Brighter Side of the Fight Against Climate Change
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IFLScience! How to F**king Save the Planet by Jennifer Crouch
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If you are a decent human being who believes in science, then IFLScience! How to F***ing Save the Planet is an absolutely essential read. It is easy to become overwhelmed by the bleak reality of impending climate crisis. However, this book is an irreverent guide to the difficulties that face us - and the steps that we can take to overcome them. Without flinching away from the hard science, IFLScience! How to F***ing Save the Planet explores all aspects of our environmental challenges. From an introduction to climate science and the history of the human carbon footprint, to descriptions of the systemic issues that our planet and its inhabitants are facing, this book cuts down absurd climate change myths and proposes real solutions that will cheer up even the gloomiest climate activist.

Author Biography:

Jennifer Crouch is an author, artist, teacher, researcher and maker. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Portsmouth and artist in residence at UCL Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI). She also co-founded the Art/Physics collective Jigglin Atoms and is the author ofInstant Science.IFLScience is dedicated to bringing the amazing world of science to the masses in an amusing and accessible way. One of the original viral video creators, IFLScience now has over 25 million Facebook followers and its amusing videos and articles are shared widely over all social media channels. The IFLScience news website is also an essential source of news and information for anyone interested in the lighter side of science.
Release date NZ
August 19th, 2021
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
200 clr illus and photos
Imprint
Welbeck Publishing Group
Pages
192
Dimensions
165x220x25
ISBN-13
9781787394322
Product ID
33374474

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