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It's Easy Being Green: A Handbook for Earth-Friendly Living

It's Easy Being Green: A Handbook for Earth-Friendly LivingCrissy Trask
Surveys find that over 80 percent of Americans agree with the goals of the environmental movement. Sadly, most Americans admit to doing little more than basic recycling when it comes to acting on that disposition. What is the reason for this great divide between environmental sentiment in this country and individual actions? Author and environmental consultant Crissy Trask seeks to answer this question-and solve the disparity-with a new book that makes it easy to be an environmentalist, no matter how busy or hectic your lifestyle. This is a day to day guide with simple, practical suggestions that anyone can put into action

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I Can Save the Earth!: One Little Monster Learns to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

I Can Save the Earth!: One Little Monster Learns to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Alison Inches (Author), Viviana Garofoli (Illustrator)
Meet Max the Little Monster. He is a cute, furry green monster who is an environmental nightmare. Among other things, he leaves on all the lights, keeps his computer plugged in, blasts the TV, hoards his old toys and uses so much toilet paper it clogs the toilet until finally, his excessive ways cause a power outage. With no TV to watch, computer to play on, video games to play with, Max finds there is a whole big world outside that he can make a difference in the environment. Kids can follow Max the Little Green Monster's journey to environmental awareness and learn tips on how they can become little green monsters themselves. A kid-friendly glossary of terms is included in the back of the book.

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Facing Catastrophe: Environmental Action for a Post-Katrina World

Facing Catastrophe: Environmental Action for a Post-Katrina WorldRobert R. M. Verchick
In this bold contribution to environmental law, Robert Verchick argues for a new perspective on disaster law that is based on the principles of environmental protection. His prescription boils down to three simple commands: Go Green, Be Fair, and Keep Safe. ?Going green? means minimizing exposure to hazards by preserving natural buffers and integrating those buffers into artificial systems like levees or seawalls. ?Being fair? means looking after public health, safety, and the environment without increasing personal and social vulnerabilities. ?Keeping safe? means a more cautionary approach when confronting disaster risks.

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Thriving Beyond Sustainability: Pathways to a Resilient Society

Thriving Beyond Sustainability: Pathways to a Resilient SocietyAndres R. Edwards
Overflowing with inspiration, the stories and ideas in these pages will cause the most chronic pessimist to see the glass as half full?to move beyond a perception of surviving with scarcity to one of flourishing with abundance. The comprehensive resource section provides the tools for everyone to become a catalyst for change.

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The Good Alternative Travel

The Good Alternative TravelMark Mann
This new edition has been thoroughly updated by Tourism Concern to bring together the best community-based holidays currently available. It lists hundreds of fascinating trips and projects, with details of how to arrange a visit. It also includes an introduction to the principles and issues of community tourism, plus a valuable directory of useful resources for anyone interested in ethical and sustainable tourism.

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147 Tips for Teaching Sustainability: Connecting the Environment, the Economy, and Society

147 Tips for Teaching Sustainability: Connecting the Environment, the Economy, and SocietyWilliam M. Timpson
We are the first generation capable of determining the habitability of the planet for humans and other species, writes Anthony Cortese in the Foreword. Teachers at every level can play an important role in helping us find a sustainable path. One educator is fond of saying that, The stone age didn't end because of a lack of rocks while there was certainly an abundance of rocks available, stone age people moved on to a new era because it became possible for them to envision and create a different and more useful way of organizing life. Many believe that we are currently at a similar juncture and can begin to imagine and construct new ways to live on our planet.

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