New Cook Book: CLIMATE CHANGE KITCHEN, Fight Global Warming With Good Food

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A unique cookbook that's good for you and good for the planet. The world's most popular dishes, both meat and plant-based, with each recipe hacked to lower the carbon footprint, reduce the calorie count, and provide a better balance of nutrients.

WESTCLIFF-ON-SEA, U.K. - s4story -- Imprint: Crowstone Publishing

On Sale: Now

Price: £27.99/£14.99 Hard/Soft Copy

Pages: 150

ISBN: 978-1-9989975-1-0

In his latest book, author, scientist, and former investment banker Dr Mathew Hampshire-Waugh takes 65 of the world's most popular dishes, both meat and plant-based, and "hacks" each recipe to reduce the carbon footprint, lower the calorie count, and provide a better balance of nutrients with no compromise on taste. Climate Change Kitchen is packed full of mouth-watering recipes; from sumptuous sharing plates and hearty soups to summer salads, winter warmers, comfort food classics, soul bowls, and all your favorite fake-aways. Step into a hot kitchen for a cool planet.

From the author:

After writing my last book 'CLIMATE CHANGE and the road to NET-ZERO' I was convinced that emerging technologies will create a viable, low-cost pathway to net-zero. However, reaching net-zero food and agriculture will rely more heavily on cultural change."

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I began to ask myself, "is it possible to continue to celebrate and enjoy the world's favorite recipes whilst also protecting the planet?"

This question became the inspiration for the Climate Change Kitchen. The idea, to combine my experience in chemistry and finance with my love of cooking - to crunch the numbers, carbon-hack classic recipes, and re-imagine the world's favorite dishes for a low-carbon future.

Dr Mathew Hampshire-Waugh is a former director at a global investment bank where his work focussed on renewables, electric cars, batteries, and biofuels. The author gained his doctorate in materials chemistry from UCL, working on nanomaterials to enhance the performance of energy-saving windows and solar panels.

Download the media kit at https://net-zero.blog/media-kit-cck

Check out the recipes at www.climatechangekitchen.com

For more information, reviewer copies, or other enquiries contact the author directly: hampshirewaugh@net-zero.blog

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