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"Less of a harangue and more of a how-to guide, the book explains in refreshingly forthright terms how technological advances are making it easier and cheaper to be green."

"A critically important contribution to our on-going national debate about how to deal with climate change (now an even more pressing issue given President Trump's unilateral withdrawal from the Paris accords and surrender of world leadership on the issue) Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, The Carbon Code: How You Can Become a Climate Change Hero is an urgently necessary and needed addition to both community and academic library Environmental Studies collections in general, and the Climate Change supplemental studies lists of students and non-specialists general readers with an interest in the subject."

"... useful and unique... this would be an ideal book for anyone who would like to learn about climate change and what they can do as an individual to lower their carbon footprint."

"Favaro provides clear analyses of the issues surrounding consumption of resources... Recommended."

"This would be an ideal book for anyone who would like to learn about climate change and what they can do as an individual to lower their carbon footprint."

"The Carbon Code is a wise, carefully optimistic book. Let’s hope it is widely read and that individuals and organizations take the Carbon Code to heart."

"This readable, passionate, and rational effort covers diverse aspects of lowering carbon emissions. The author is a marine biologist with a deep understanding and personal instinct for systems thinking and global concern. I loved the book and it deserves a wide audience."

"Favaro offers a range of tips to help wean us off the frequent-flying habit."

"The Carbon Code is a manual for action... it is a useful compendium of state-of-the-art actions that just about anyone can take to reduce one's carbon footprint."

"Brett Favaro’s timely book is a clearly written and motivational guide to what each of us can do to address climate change—now—by taking simple actions in our everyday lives. It clearly and irrefutably makes the case for urgent action, demonstrates what individuals can do now, and empowers the reader with facts and arguments to persuade others to act. Essential reading—not just for environmentalists, but for everyone."