100 Ways to Save the World

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Bonnier, 2007 - Environmental degradation - 144 pages
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We are bombarded with negative information about all the waysfrom global warming to lacing fish with mercurythat humanity is destroying the planet. In contrast, 100 Ways to Save the World outlines what each one of us can do in our day-to-day lives to make a positive difference on the environment. Easy-to-implement tips cover everything from housecleaning to investing. For example, you can have an impact with what you wear and what you eat. The book includes environmentally-friendly shopping strategies ranging from boycotting pirated products to buying fewer but better quality clothes (and then tells how best to wash them). Written in a clear and approachable voice and illustrated with beautiful full-color photos, these fresh practical ideas will inspire and resound with readers.

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You don't get more than 5 pages into this Eco-Pablum before the author is quoting the IPCC on climate change ... problem is the UN's IPCC committee has been cooking the numbers since inception and discredited by objective scientists for methods & "steered" results. If you want to read a factual account of the attempt to monetize the "Global Warming" (oh sorry ... it isn't Global Warming anymore because the planet hasn't warmed in the last 23 years) ...oh they mean Climate Change scare read ... read Senator James Inhofe's book The Greatest Hoax for the real facts. Just remember, the only way the Al Gore's of the world make money from Global Warming is to scare everyone. Johan Tell is a Swede telling America fiction as fact and giving 100 suggestions that are for the most part pretty mundane. None of which will save the world. Oh ... his book is printed in China. Don't waste your money ... go to the library if you want to read it. That would make Mr. Tell happy ... you'd be saving the environment.  


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