is the author of Ten Technologies to Save the Planet, listed as one of the Financial Times Books of the Year 2008.
A revised second edition called Ten Technologies to Fix Energy and Climate was published in December 2009. A North American edition will be issued in May 2010 by Greystone Books. How to Live a Low-Carbon Life won the 2007 Clarion Award for non-fiction and was described by the New Scientist as ‘the definitive guide to reducing your carbon footprint’. A fully revised and expanded second edition is due out in April 2010 in both hardback and paperback. He is also the author of The Green Guide for Business and on the advisory of board of the 10:10 emissions reduction campaign and other bodies.
He is a frequent contributor to the Guardian, regularly delivers talks and presentations on climate change issues, and provides consulting advice to businesses and other institutions. Chris Goodall was also the Green Party candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon at the 2010 UK election.