Ecoholic: Your Guide to the Most Environmentally Friendly Information, Products, and Services (Google eBook)

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W. W. Norton & Company, Jul 20, 2009 - House & Home - 384 pages
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“This book is for people who want to do something to lighten their impact on the planet.” —David Suzuki

Ecoholic is an eye-opening guide to separating the green from the greenwashed in the maze of products lining our shelves. Unlike other eco guidebooks, Ecoholic names names and gives you the dirt on what not to buy and why, as well as the dish on great clothes, beauty products, home supplies, and more.We all know that the earth is in trouble, but we’re often left scratching our heads over how to change things. How do we avoid poisoning the planet and ourselves with the products we slather on our scalps and squirt onto our floors? And what safe alternatives actually get the job done?Filled with tips on everything from which seafood is safe to eat to getting the hormone disruptors out of your kids, your carpets, and your love life, Ecoholic is a witty and indispensable guide to the small ecochoices that make the biggest difference.
  

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Review: Ecoholic: Your Guide to the Most Environmentally Friendly Information, Products and Services in Canada

User Review  - Nicole - Goodreads

This is a quick read, not actually entertaining, but educational in a quick and helpful way. For example, this book gave me several suggestions as to where I can get gifts for kids that are non-toxic ... Read full review

Review: Ecoholic: Your Guide to the Most Environmentally Friendly Information, Products and Services in Canada

User Review  - Raquel - Goodreads

Wonderful for different tips on everyday life products! Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Adria Vasil is a best-selling author and journalist for Canada’s NOW magazine, where she has been writing the “Ecoholic” column for five years. She lives in Toronto.

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