1001 Little Ways to Save the Planet

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With ideas for recycling, conservation and energy efficiency, 1001 Little Ways to Save the Planet offers quick, simple ways to reduce your impact on the environment and start living in harmony with the planet. Green-living tips include how to limit the damage done by global warming, pollution and toxins, as well as decrease reliance on fossil fuels and make eco-friendly choices such as buying from sustainable sources. You’ll be amazed at how just a few small changes in your work...

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Overview

With ideas for recycling, conservation and energy efficiency, 1001 Little Ways to Save the Planet offers quick, simple ways to reduce your impact on the environment and start living in harmony with the planet. Green-living tips include how to limit the damage done by global warming, pollution and toxins, as well as decrease reliance on fossil fuels and make eco-friendly choices such as buying from sustainable sources. You’ll be amazed at how just a few small changes in your work and home life can reap big benefits for the global community.

  • 1001 environmentally friendly ideas based on scientific research and advice from experts worldwide.
  • Tips for easy recycling, natural alternatives and energy-saving.
  • Make green choices that reduce your ‘carbon footprint’ and help you feel better about the way you live.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781435101982
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 2/28/2008
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.44 (w) x 6.63 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Meet the Author

Esme Floyd, a freelance writer specializing in health and lifestyle subjects, is the author of Body Massage, 1001 Little Health Miracles and 1001 Little Beauty Miracles. She has also consulted on television documentaries for Channel 4, Discovery and the BBC.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2008

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    I loved the ideas in the book, although it does tend to become overwhelming after awhile. I tried the Lemon juice with baking soda and water for a room spray, it blew up on me and ruined the spray bottle! If I could have contacted her to tell her to try some of these before she puts them in her book it would not have been pretty! Although the toothpaste for silver cleaner is awesome!

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