Green Living for Dummies

Version: Abridged
Author: Liz Barclay , Michael Grosvenor , Yvonne Jeffery
Narrator: [No Narrators Added]
Genres: Science & Technology, Animals & Nature
Publisher: HarperAudio
Published In: September 2008
# of Units: 3 CDs
Length: 3 hours, 30 minutes
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Overview

Features strategies to apply green principles in your daily life

Minimize your impact on the world and enjoy a green lifestyle

Want to join the worldwide environmental initiative? This practical guide is packed with realistic ways to help the environment and create a better home for you and your loved ones, from reducing energy use and waste and scaling back reliance on your car to making a difference in your diet, at work, and in your community. You'll see how green living affects the environment--and why going green is great for your well-being!

Discover how to:

Make eco-friendly home improvements

Work greener transportation into your lifestyle

Eat locally and organically

Repair, restore, and reuse

Author Details

Author Details

Barclay, Liz

Liz Barclay is an award-winning journalist.

Liz Barclay is an award-winning journalist.

Grosvenor, Michael

Michael Grosvenor has a background in urban planning in Australia and overseas, and has worked extensively on sustainable transport initiatives. He has consulted with public and private sector clients on transport policy and increasing public transport use and walking and cycling.

Jeffery, Yvonne

Yvonne Jeffery is an author, editor, and award-winning feature writer with 15 years experience writing home and lifestyle stories, many of them focused on sustainable living. She credits the six months that she spent in Cambodia prior to that country's democratic elections in 1993 with giving her a sense of how the world and its people are interconnected -- and how small steps eventually can make a difference.
Yvonne's work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, and books around the world. Her credits include "National Geographic Traveler, American Profile, The Sunday Telegraph" (UK), and