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In The Eco-Living Handbook you will learn how you can make a difference.
Just a few simple changes, whether it is conserving energy, choosing organic, or buying fuel-saving cars, can enable you lead a more eco-friendly lifestyle and help save the planet.
The book shows you how to improve the quality of the planet - and your personal wellbeing for that matter - on a day-to-day level, and it is a useful guide for people who want to live in harmony with the planet, and avoid contributing to the harming effects.
Containing information on everything from how to choose organic food to different methods of conserving energy, to advice on recycling and eco-friendly interior decoration, The Eco-Living Handbook is an invaluable resource for living that will inspire you to make changes close to home that have far-reaching implications.
About the Authors
Sarah Callard has been writing about natural lifestyles for more than ten years. Currently writing a weekly 'green' column for the Saturday Telegraph, she is a regular contributor to a number of other UK publications, including the Independent, the Observer, and Ethical Living magazine. She lives in Devon, England. With over 12 years experience as a journalist on organic and natural products and formerly the editor of the UK's Natural Products News and the Green Places Journal, a magazine dedicated to improving public space for people and the planet, Diane Millis now works for the British charity the Woodland Trust. She lives in Brighton, England.
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 14th May 2009
Dimensions (cm): 16.5 x 17.2 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.402