The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a Time (Google eBook)
Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Redford, Will Ferrell, Jennifer Aniston, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Martha Stewart, Tyra Banks, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Tiki Barber, Owen Wilson, and Justin Timberlake tell you how they make a difference to the environment.
Inside The Green Book, find out how you can too:
- Donít ask for ATM receipts. If everyone in the United States refused their receipts, it would save a roll of paper more than two billion feet long, or enough to circle the equator fifteen times!
- Turn off the tap while you brush your teeth. Youíll conserve up to five gallons of water per day. Throughout the entire United States, the daily savings could add up to more water than is consumed every day in all of New York City.
- Get a voice-mail service for your home phone. If all answering machines in U.S. homes were replaced by voice-mail services, the annual energy savings would total nearly two billion kilowatt hours. The resulting reduction in air pollution would be equivalent to removing 250,000 cars from the road for a year!
With wit and authority, authors Elizabeth Rogers and Thomas Kostigen provide hundreds of solutions for all areas of your life, pinpointing the smallest changes that have the biggest impact on the health of our precious planet.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Review: The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a TimeUser Review - Andrew - Goodreads
The Green Book's advice for living a greener lifestyle is still relevant and just as attainable as it was in 2007. The tips inside are simple, and though not all fit every lifestyle, there are a few for anyone. Anyone looking for ways to conserve and care for Earth should pick up this book. Read full review
Review: The Green Book: The Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet One Simple Step at a TimeUser Review - AK Klemm - Goodreads
Very handy and useful. Easy to read through in one sitting, manual/ list style; a bit repetitive. Read full review