Seth Wynes

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  • 'The most effective ways for individuals to reduce their carbon footprint' INews

    Climate Change researcher, Seth Wynes, sets out in the simplest terms how you can make a real and positive impact.

    Make changes at home, at work, to how you shop, eat, live - start by finding one thing your family can change with this book and do it today.

    What you do matters - and the science proves it. How many actions can you tick of the list in this book to help save our planet?

Canadian Seth Wynes is studying for a PhD in climate change at the University of British Columbia. He has a Masters in Sustainable Science from Lund University, Sweden, where he co-authored the 2017 research paper, The Climate Mitigation Gap, with Professor Kim Nichols. The paper outlined the 11 most impactful ways inhabitants of the Western world could reduce their carbon emissions. Prior to studying at Lund University, Seth studied at the University of Western Ontario and McMaster University and taught high school science in England and Northern Canada. Seth’s work has been published by the World Resources Institute, the Pacific Institute for Climate Solutions and Environmental Research Letters. TV and radio appearances include BBC World Service, NBC News and the National Live with CBC News.