Organic Living: Simple Solutions for a Better Life
Easy, natural, and practical ways to care for your planet and your future. Join the organic revolution with Lynda Brown's fresh, modern, and inspiring sourcebook. This blueprint for organic living can help you make simple lifestyle changes that will have a big impact on our planet. Wide-ranging and Practical: Organic Living is the book for everyone who aspires to a better lifestyle and a better world. From foods to fabrics, moisturizers to mattresses, and paints to pensions, this book explores the ever-growing variety of organic and eco-friendly products available, showing that choosing eco-friendly is the commonsense approach for a sustainable future. Packed with practical suggestions and self-help advice, Organic Living is brimming with stunning photographs and inspiring ideas for integrating organic and eco-friendly options into your lifestyle. No-nonsense Approach: Clear explanations for why you should choose organic help you make informed choices as a consumer. Accompanied by straightforward discussions ranging from genetic modification to pesticides, the book offers a global overview of organic production methods and illustrates how organic producers work with nature rather than against it to safeguard the future of our planet. Inspirational and Empowering: Lynda Brown is a pioneering enthusiast and acknowledged authority on organic issues. In this beautifully illustrated book she joins forces with experts in all fields of eco-friendly living, including the Henry Doubleday Research Association and the Centre for Alternative Technology. Together they show how easy it is to go organic.
9 pages matching genetically modified organisms in this book
Results 1-3 of 9
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Why Organic Baby care
Why Go Organic 128 The Organic
Why Go Organic 144 What
8 other sections not shown
agriculture alternatives animals antibiotics baby foods beans biodiversity Buying organic chemicals coffee companies compost consumer contain conventional Cook's tip cosmetics crops dairy diaper diseases drinks eco-ethical eco-friendly ensure environment environmental essential oils exports fabrics fairly traded Fairtrade farmer's markets farmers feed fish flavor flowers fresh genetically modified genetically modified organisms GO ORGANIC green manures growers growing grown harvest hemp herbal honey insects juice labeled manufacturers materials milk muesli mulch natural nonorganic nutrients olive oil options organic baby organic certification organic cotton organic farming organic food organic fruit organic garden organic ingredients organic producers organic standards organic wines Oxfam pasta percent pesticides pests pets plants pollution possible processing range of organic recycled salads seeds skin Soil Association soil structure Street summer supermarkets sustainable toxic varieties vegetables vitamin weeds wildlife winter wool worldwide