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Gorgeously Green: 8 Simple Steps to an Earth-Friendly Life

Gorgeously Green: 8 Simple Steps to an Earth-Friendly Life Sophie Uliano
In Gorgeously Green, Sophie offers a simple eight-step program that is an easy and fun way to begin living an earth-friendly life. Find out how to:
Green your entire beauty regime
Detoxify your home
Indulge in guilt-free shopping
Adopt a home fitness routine
Prepare eco-licious treats
Give your kitchen a green makeover
Become more aware of your impact on the earth

The book's dozens and dozens of eco-friendly tips, products, and practices combine to form a treasure trove of practical advice for every possible way to become stylishly green. Your questions about dressing, makeup, eating, shopping, cleaning, travel, and more are all answered right here. Adopting a green lifestyle is among the most positive, forward-thinking, and personally fulfilling choices that anyone can make--and Gorgeously Green shows that it doesn't have to be tedious, time-consuming, or glamourless!

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The Green Baron: A Business Parable on Ecolution

The Green Baron: A Business Parable on EcolutionRichard R. Young
Baron, the CEO of a manufacturing firm, never thought of himself as an environmentalist, but rather a captain of industry. This story is a parable of how a business leader transforms his thinking about the natural environment, works to radically change the thinking of everyone in his organization, and increases profitability in the process.

A couple of events that hit close to home are the catalysts that cause Baron to look at his own actions through a different lens. It is his through this new lens that his disappointment at why things are no longer the way that he remembered them grows; coupled with his chagrin over the pervasive belief of his management team that short-term gains trump long-term benefits.

He asks Why can't others see what I'm seeing? Soon the reader joins Baron on a journey through the organization, meeting key managers, hearing how they conduct their areas of the business; ultimately witnessing their paradigm shifts that occur as a result of the green journey.

Baron, the CEO (aka The Green Baron), is a visionary in many ways but perhaps most compelling is how his story will inspire readers to start their own ecolution.

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Living Like Ed: A Guide to the Eco-Friendly Life

Living Like Ed: A Guide to the Eco-Friendly LifeEd Begley Jr.
A committed environmentalist for more than thirty years, Ed Begley, Jr., has always tried to ├?┬?live simply so others may simply live.├?┬? Now, as more and more of us are looking for ways to reduce our impact on the planet and live a better, greener life, Ed shares his experiences on what works, what doesn't├?┬?and what will save you money!

These are tips for environmentally friendly living that anyone├?┬?whether you own or rent, live in a private home or a condo├?┬?can try to make a positive change for the environment. From quick fixes to bigger commitments and long-term strategies, Ed will help you make changes in every part of your life.

And if you think living green has to mean compromising on aesthetics or comfort, fear not; Ed's wife, Rachelle, insists on style├?┬?with a conscience. In Living Like Ed, his environmentalism and her design savvy combine to create a guide to going green that keeps the chic in eco-chic.

From recycling more materials than you ever thought possible to composting without raising a stink to buying an electric car, Living Like Ed is packed with ideas├?┬?from obvious to ingenious├?┬?that will help you live green, live responsibly, live well. Like Ed.

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Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization, Third Edition by Lester Brown

Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization, Third Edition by Lester BrownAndres R. Edwards
In this updated edition of the landmark Plan B, Lester Brown outlines a survival strategy for our early twenty-first-century civilization. The world faces many environmental trends of disruption and decline, including rising temperatures and spreading water shortage. In addition to these looming threats, we face the peaking of oil, annual population growth of 70 million, a widening global economic divide, and a growing list of failing state

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Unbowed: A Memior

Unbowed: A MemiorMaathai, a 2004 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, presents a matter-of-fact account of her rather exceptional life in Kenya. Born in 1940, Matthai attended primary school at a time when Kenyan girls were not educated; went on to earn a Ph.D. and became head of the Department of Veterinary Anatomy at the University of Nairobi before founding Kenya's Green Belt Movement in 1977, which mobilized thousands of women to plant trees in an effort to restore the country's indigenous forests. Because Kenya's environmental degradation was largely due to the policies of a corrupt government, she then made the Green Belt Movement part of a broader campaign for democracy. Maathai endured personal attacks by the ruling powers-President Moi denounced her as a wayward woman-and engaged in political activities that landed her in jail several times. When a new government came into power in 2002, she was elected to Parliament and appointed assistant minister in the Ministry for Environment and Natural Resources. Despite workmanlike prose, this memoir (after The Green Belt Movement) documents the remarkable achievements of an influential environmentalist and activist.
Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash

Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash Elizabeth Royte
The v-p of a New York City waste transfer station recommends, You want to solve the garbage problem? Stop eating. Stop living. Indeed, to ponder waste disposal is to confront the very limits of our society. Where does it all go? Most of us are content to shrug off the details┬?as long as it's out of sight (and smell). Not so journalist Royte, whose book in some ways (including its title) echoes Fast Food Nation. That McDonald's is more immediately engaging a subject doesn't make, say, the massive, defunct Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island, N.Y., any less compelling. Royte nicely balances autobiographical elements (where does her Fig Newmans carton end up, anyway?), interviews and fieldwork with more technical research. Her method yields palpable benefits, not least a wealth of vivid refuse-related slang (maggots are known as disco rice). The details unavoidably venture into the nauseating on occasion, and some might find the chemistry of trichloroethane and other toxins a bit dull. As the NIMBY logic of waste disposal forces its practitioners into secrecy, Royte is obliged to engage in some entertainingly furtive skullduggery. All in all, this is a comprehensive, readable foray into a world we'd prefer not to heed┬?but should.

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