Kyoto2 "most influential book of 2008" - CPRE
Kyoto2 has been named one of the most influential books of 2008 by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE). Nominated for the accolade by Neil Sinden, CPRE's Director of Policy, he writes of the book.
"Climate change is the overwhelming environmental challenge we face. Kyoto2 presents a compelling and detailed case for a radical new climate agreement. Future generations will endure untold hardship unless such an agreement - or something very close to it - is adopted by world leaders at Copenhagen before the end of the year."
The other books listed include:
- A Good Life - the guide to ethical living - by Leo Hickman
- The Transition Handbook - from oil dependency to local resilience - by Rob Hopkins
- Hungry City - how food shapes our lives - by Carolyn Steel
- Real England - the battle against the bland - by Paul Kingsnorth.
your chance to win!
Win your own copy of the five books by nominating your most influential book of the past decade. Write to "Most Influential Book, Think Publishing. The Pall Mall Deposut, 124-128 Barlby Rd, London W10 6BL by 1 May 2009. "The winner will be the entry with the most compelling argument."