Find clarity on everyday green-living dilemmas to maximise your sustainability
Are paper bags always more environmentally friendly than plastic? How much better for the planet are electric cars? What saves more water - using the dishwasher or washing up by hand?
We all want to do the right thing for the planet, but with so many factors at play it can be difficult to work out which is the greenest way. With answers to the everyday green-living questions, Is it really green? cuts through the confusion and gives you the facts.
Inside the pages of this book about eco-friendly living, you'll discover:
- Answers to more than 140 everyday green-living questions
- Advice on making all aspects of your home green like your kitchen, bathroom and wardrobe
- How to shop sustainably
- The big issues surrounding the climate crisis and what you can do about it
- Practical advice on living green everyday including transport and travel as well as managing family and relationships
Get to the heart of each eco-conundrum, interrogate your instincts, and make informed decisions to reduce your ecological footprint.
Combat Everyday Eco-Dilemmas
This book sheds light on the consequences of our everyday decisions and helps you feel empowered to do what you can to make a positive impact on the future of our planet. Whether it's choosing a vegan lifestyle, taking steps towards zero-waste living, or cutting down on travel, every small adjustment to the way we live counts.
The book itself has also been made as sustainably as possible, using recycled paper and locally based printers to reduce air miles. It is the perfect gift for the environmentally conscious.
"I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone interested in the environment and what it means to be green. I learnt a LOT of stuff and will definitely be making some notes for future before I pass this book on! A brilliant peek at what a sustainable life entails." Reader review, Goodreads.
"As I consider myself a fairly green-conscious woman, it is always nice to have a refresh on my personal habits, their detrimental effects on the earth, and how I can do better." Reader review, Goodreads.