Getting Green Now: Tips for a Greener Life Quick
I wrote this book with the intention of helping those who are unaware of how the things they may do in their daily lives impact the health of people and our planet, to make better choices. You will receive quick tips on what you can do to "green" your lifestyle, and why it is a good idea to do things a little different. Some chapters have a tip that is similar to one in a different section. I did this in case you skipped another chapter, but the tip is also relevant in that section. Start slowly, maybe picking 5 or 10 tips, and make the change. After you become comfortable with the changes, change a few more things. Before you know it, you will be GREEN! Then, start to spread the word!
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