Really Natural Books: 48 Things to Know About Sustainable Living by Victoria Klein
48 Things to Know About Sustainable Living (Good Things to Know) by Victoria Klein is a great resource presented in a straight forward format.
While the debate over our changing environment rages on, one thing remains clear: being green is a hot topic - socially, politically, and economically. Whether you've "been green" from birth or don't even know what the three "Rs" stand for, 48 Things to Know About Sustainable Living can help you make small, affordable (or free!) changes that will have a major impact on the environment and simplify your everyday life. Chock-full of tips and useful Web sites, 48 Things will show you how to easily become planet-friendly by:
- Discovering eco-friendly substitutions for everything from food and clothing to appliances, cleaning products, office supplies, and transportation.
- Reducing waste and electricity, saving you time and money.
- Taking advantage of both modern green technology and renewable natural resources.
is a former colleague of mine from Important Media
, and it is with pleasure that I review her book. I know from personal experience that she is an excellent writer who knows her stuff!
From healthier hanky-panky to a truly green law, there is something for everyone in 48 Things to Know About Sustainable Living (Good Things to Know). For example, I had no idea some condoms are not vegan.
My only criticism of this book is that I do not see any information or indication that it is printed on recycled paper. If this is true, it is a bit hypocritical to preach sustainability without practicing it in publication (although I know Victoria practices it in life).
Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at December 2, 2010 1:55 AM