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Green Is Good: Smart Ways to Live Well and Help the Planet

by Rebecca Blackburn

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Let's face it, the environment is in trouble. Global warming and climate change are a reality and our Western lifestyle is largely to blame. The good news is that there are many simple ways to turn things around, even if you are a busy, car-driving, resource-guzzling city dweller. Over the next few years, the choices you make will have an enormous impact. But out of the mountain of conflicting information, how do you know which choices are the right ones? In this practical, straight-talking book, environmental scientist Rebecca Blackburn targets three main areas - home, food and transport - and shows how small changes of habit can have a large effect. Timely, useful and beautifully packaged, this is an essential book for every modern household, and a perfect gift for anyone who cares about the future.

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