Author: Duncan Clark
Summary: “The Rough Guide to Green Living” is a fact-filled, user-friendly guide to living a low-carbon, eco-friendly life. The guide provides hundreds of going green tips on all the key consumer areas – from greener shopping and recycling to producing your own electricity and reducing your carbon footprint.
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Author: Jen Chillingsworth
Summary: What is in my cleaning products? Are these chemicals bad for my health? How do I reduce the amount of plastic in my home? These are questions we should all be asking when it comes to cleaning.
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Author: Kristin Anderson (Author), Catrin Welz-Stein (Illustrator)
Summary: Ellie Ashburn has come a long way from her poor, rural upbringing: She has an upwardly mobile career, great friends and access to culture and consumerism denied to her in her youth. Although she loves the fast-paced life of Los Angeles, she can’t stand the fast-paced men.
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Author: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (Author), Emma Morris (Illustrator)
Summary: A paper-over-board picture book with sturdy pages and the interactivity of Press Here that introduces younger readers to recycling, resources, Earth science, and conservation.
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Author: Nina Karnikowski
Summary: This sustainable travel handbook inspires readers to explore our fascinating planet without causing it further harm. Ten chapters help you go lightly, including how to choose the least impactful methods of travel, how best to protect wildlife, how to pack with more consideration and how to implement mindful practices into each travel day, Go Lightly gives the reader a tool kit of fresh ideas for travelling more consciously.
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Author: Kathryn Kellogg
Minimalism meets DIY in an accessible guide to household waste reduction
We all know how important it is to reduce our environmental footprint, but it can be daunting to know where to begin. Enter Kathryn Kellogg, who can fit all her trash from the past two years into a 16-ounce mason jar. How? She starts by saying “no” to straws and grocery bags, and “yes” to a reusable water bottle and compostable dish scrubbers. Continue reading “101 Ways to Go Zero Waste”