365 Ways to Live Green: Your Everyday Guide to Saving the Environment [NOOK Book]

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It's the choices we make every day that affect our world tomorrow

365 Ways to Live Green offers an extended list of opportunities to live with more care for the environment by educating, inspiring and motivating people to look at the choices that are made everyday, and challenging them to change their habits. Broken down into 365 tips, with two concise points per page, readers can use this book to learn to make better everyday choices, from picking safer cleaning products to ...

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365 Ways to Live Green: Your Everyday Guide to Saving the Environment

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Overview

It's the choices we make every day that affect our world tomorrow

365 Ways to Live Green offers an extended list of opportunities to live with more care for the environment by educating, inspiring and motivating people to look at the choices that are made everyday, and challenging them to change their habits. Broken down into 365 tips, with two concise points per page, readers can use this book to learn to make better everyday choices, from picking safer cleaning products to alternative holidays—this is everyone's all-purpose guide to green living.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781440501166
  • Publisher: F+W Media
  • Publication date: 12/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 422 KB

Meet the Author

Diane Gow McDilda has been covering environmental issues for more than twenty years. She earned a master's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Florida and earned honors with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering. McDilda has been an environmental journalist for the Florida Specifier since 2005; she has written technical articles on engineering and excavation projects. She lives in Gainesville, Florida.
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  • Posted March 12, 2010

    A collection of helpful snippets for more environmentally-friendly living

    365 Ways to Live Green, as you might imagine from the name, offers a wide assortment of tips to live a more environmentally friendly life. The title is slightly misleading in one sense, though; there aren't so much 365 separate tips, but, rather, the book is broken up in such a way that some of the numbers feature just information, and others feature the tips. It's as if every paragraph, instead of just being written as an essay, was instead numbered. I actually liked this format, because it broke the book up more and gave information in easier-to-digest chunks.

    The book starts off with a little quiz to assess the "size of your eco-footprint". After that it breaks into chapters, each starting with the heading of "The choices YOU an make." and followed up by topics like "In Your Thinking", "When Furnishing Your House", "When Eating", "When Going on Vacation", etc. In all, there are 20 chapters on basically every aspect of life.

    There are some good pieces of information on the book. Not all of the tips were things that applied to everyday life or that you could necessarily do right away, and some were expensive. Not everyone, for instance, would be able to install solar panels on their abode or invest in some windmills for power. Still, there are smaller tips that people can use everyday, some common sense and some a bit more unknown.

    I found 365 Ways to Live Green to be a good resource. It got the message across without being heavily preachy or whimsical. It's a practical little collection of information and tips.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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