Trash Talkby Dave Brummet, Lillian Brummet
North Americans are overwhelmed by the immense environmental problems our world faces yet studies report that 66% would do more if they knew it had a measurable impact. Psychologists have long known that simply performing one small step will aid in defining a positive outlook on life and will inspire further participation from the individual.Trash Talk is about
North Americans are overwhelmed by the immense environmental problems our world faces yet studies report that 66% would do more if they knew it had a measurable impact. Psychologists have long known that simply performing one small step will aid in defining a positive outlook on life and will inspire further participation from the individual.Trash Talk is about changing people's mind-sets by providing thought-provoking ideas that inspire readers to participate from the ground level in their waste reduction efforts. All the ideas are relatively simple and do not require any special skills or tools.
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Trash Talk ¿North Americans account for only 8% of the world¿s population yet we produce 50% of the world¿s garbage and consume more than 35% of the its resources. Production processes in our society result in 94% of the materials extracted turned to waste¿¿ In light of such dire, disturbing statistics as this, the book Trash Talk by Dave and Lillian Brummet is a most welcomed resource for simple, easily assimilated time and money saving habits that actually make an appreciable difference in our planet¿s overall health. Dave and Lillian have drawn from generations of practical experience and knowledge in compiling this extremely informative and helpful manual. They generously provide helpful advice and successful projects in Trash Talk in such a practical and affable manner that this book is not so much a call to arms as it is a call to conscientiousness. Although the Brummets may be passionate about talking trash, Trash Talk is a real treasure! Review by R. deVoll Fisher for deVoll Reviews Feb. 2006
A great book on suggestions on how to reuse everyday household items instead of throwing them into the trash. If you want to do your part and help our environment, Trash Talk gives some excellent advice.
I was greatly pleased with Trash Talk. It is a great read. It tells you not only how to do your part to save the environment, it also teaches how to save money while doing it. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to have a hand at saving our future.
I was really impressed by the wonderful work done by authors ---- Dave and Lillian Brummet as I read Trash Talk. The results show how deep their research must have been and the pains they must have taken while they accepted the challenge to educate people around them. This book is full of information and will certainly motivate it's audience to implement these simple life-changing habits. I would reccomend this book with the higest rating of full five stars.