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Posted November 2, 2008
A must have book of green ideas
This is THE green resource book that you will keep coming back to. Ever wondered if there was something more you could do to reduce your carbon footprint? Ever wondered if you were missing some important green idea? Ever wondered about whether it was greener to run your dishwasher or to handwash your dishes? If so, this book is for you. The author has put into a single book almost all the green ideas floating around out there and brilliantly organized those ideas into three parts. The first part contains green ideas that are easy and free, the second part contains green ideas with moderate costs and efforts, and the third part contains green ideas that are more expensive and extensive. Because of the oranization of the book, it grows with you, as you become more comfortable with some change, you are willing to take on more change and the book is right there to provide steps on how to do that. The chapters are filled with web sites if you desire to find out more, and her passionate but witty prose makes the reading fun. She makes a compelling presentation of why we need to go green but then jumps right into those things you can do, depending on the time and money you want to devote. This book has so many timely ideas for reducing those looming energy bills and reducing your carbon footprint. I am thrilled to have this book in my home and will be giving this book as gifts for my family and friends at Christmas.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.