Energy and the Natural Heritage
- Scottish Natural Heritage, Editor Colin Galbraith
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
This new Scottish Natural Heritage publication, 'Energy and the Natural Heritage', tackles some of the most talked about issues in modern day society. Containing the information from the 2004 conference, this publication looks closely at the impacts that energy use and generation have on our wildlife and landscapes.
Split into three sections, the reports cover a wide range of subjects including: transports increasing emissions, nuclear energy, renewable technologies, carbon sequestration, and the effects of wind farms.
Aimed at those involved in energy planning, the energy industry, scientists, academics and environmentalists, this is a fundamental source of information.
Bill Band, National Strategy Manager, Scottish Natural Heritage: 'Climate change is now very much a reality. It is clear that society should reduce the rate at which it consumes energy, and that we must change our energy systems to produce the energy we need with a minimum of associated carbon dioxide emissions. But we also need to minimise impacts on other aspects of the environment.'
|Size||246 x 189mm||Price||£25.00|
|Format||Hardback||Published||20 Jun 2008|
|Availability||In Stock: 1 - 2 days||Delivery||Delivery options and charges|