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2019 ANNUAL  REPORT : OUR HOUSEHOLD ENERGY TRANSITION

In my February 2016 household energy transition book, which you can download below, I laid out our plans for becoming a fossil fuel free family. This latest report (Feb 2020) is my fourth annual report on our progress toward fossil fuel freedom, and now ‘net zero emissions’. This covers our energy activities/outcomes for 2019: 2019 Annual Report: Our Household Energy Transition (pdf 1.8MB).

2018 ANNUAL  REPORT : OUR HOUSEHOLD ENERGY TRANSITION

In my February 2016 household energy transition book, which you can download below, I laid out our plans for becoming a fossil fuel free family. This latest report (Jan 2019) is my third annual report on our progress toward fossil fuel freedom. This covers our energy activities/outcomes for 2018: 2018 Annual Report: Our Household Energy Transition (pdf 1.8MB).

2017 ANNUAL  REPORT : OUR HOUSEHOLD ENERGY TRANSITION

In my February 2016 household energy transition book, which you can download below, I laid out our plans for becoming a fossil fuel free family. This latest report (Feb 2018) is my second annual report on our progress toward fossil fuel freedom. This covers our energy activities/outcomes for 2017:2017 Annual Report: Our Household Energy Transition (pdf 1.0MB).

HEAT YOURSELF: NOT YOUR HOUSE  The low-cost way to keep warm at home

In this report I describe how we kept warm in our house over winter 2017.  I describe the personal heating devices I bought and trialled.  Importantly, I demonstrate the very significant energy savings we were able to make: Heat Yourself: Not Your House  (pdf 1.8MB).

2016 ANNUAL  REPORT : OUR HOUSEHOLD ENERGY TRANSITION

In my last book, which you can download below, I laid out our plans for becoming a fossil fuel free family. I released this in February 2016. This latest report (Feb 2017) is my annual report on our progress toward fossil fuel freedom over the last year:  2016 Annual Report: Our Household Energy Transition (pdf 1.0MB).

NEW BOOK – FEBRUARY 2016.    MOVING TOWARD A DECARBONISED WORLD.

The Paris Agreement, adopted in late 2015, leads us to a decarbonised world.  My latest book describes my family’s efforts to become fossil fuel free.  I discuss this at the ‘Household’ tab.  You can download the book from here:    Our Household Energy Transition: Becoming a Fossil Fuel Free Family (pdf 3.5MB).

All of the material I have published on aviation carbon footprinting, and a copy of my book on Electric Cars, can be downloaded from this page.

EV BOOK:           Living with a Plug-in Electric Car in Canberra

AVIATION CARBON FOOTPRINT REPORTS:

1. Aviation Carbon Footprint: Global Scheduled Domestic Passenger Flights – 2012  (pdf 10MB)

2. Aviation Carbon Footprint: Global Scheduled International Passenger Flights – 2012 (pdf 10MB)

3. The Carbon Footprint of Aircraft Operations in Australia – 2011 (pdf 5MB)

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CARBON FOOTPRINT PROFILE GENERATORS:   tools to examine the databases underlying Reports 1 & 2 above re global movements in 2012

Report #1:  Domestic/International Carbon Footprint Profiles for 219 Countries; 3,534 Airports; 680 Airlines

Excel 2013 Files (13MB): 1. Countries carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2013 Version)    2. Airports carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2013 Version)    3. Airlines carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2013 Version)

Excel 2010 Files (13MB): 1. Countries carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2010 Version)    2. Airports carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2010 Version)    3. Airlines carbon footprint profile (Domestic/International) (Excel 2010 Version)

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Report #2:  International Carbon Footprint Profiles for 221 Countries; 1,274 Airports; 492 Airlines

Excel 2013 Files (5MB): 1. Countries carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2013 Version)    2. Airports carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2013 Version)    3. Airlines carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2013 Version)

Excel 2010 Files (5MB): 1. Countries carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2010 Version)    2. Airports carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2010 Version)    3. Airlines carbon footprint profile (International) (Excel 2010 Version)

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ICAO ALLOCATION OF CO2 EMISSIONS

ICAO Options for Allocating International Aviation CO2 Emissions between Countries – an Assessment (pdf 500kB)

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