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Concern for the health of our planet led award-winning actress Lisa Harrow and her husband, internationally renowned whale biologist Roger Payne, to create the performance piece "Lessons from Copernicus. But Lisa and Roger found that, following performances of their show, audience members frequently wanted to know: What can I do to help? What can we all do to stop the destructive impact of our current way of life? "What Can I Do? is Lisa's response, a guidebook on how to take action. "What Can I Do? initially accompanied performances of "Lessons from Copernicus as a resource for audiences to take home. Its immediate success led Lisa to expand the guide for public and educational use. Now available to the general public, "What Can I Do? is at once practical and charming. The book is written as "An Alphabet for Living," providing readers with an extensive annotated list of Web sites where anyone can begin to explore the practices of sustainable living. Each site in the book has been selected for its wealth of information and links, and each serves as a valuable tool for finding fresh ways to view the world and live gently in it. A wonderful resource for both new and renewed interest in sustainable living, "What Can I Do? makes a great gift. The advice inside covers a broad array of subjects: from stopping the junk mail in your mailbox to reaping the economic and social benefits of green business; from buying sustainably harvested seafood to donating and recycling your obsolete electronics; from finding local food producers to getting your town to turn garbage into soil-improving compost.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781931498661
Introduction:
Payne, Roger
Publisher:
Chelsea Green Publishing Company
Introduction by:
Payne, Roger
Introduction:
Payne, Roger
Author:
Harrow, Lisa
Subject:
General
Subject:
Internet - Web Site Directories
Subject:
Environmental Conservation & Protection - General
Subject:
Web - Site Directories
Subject:
Environmental Studies-Environment
Publication Date:
20040931
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
127
Dimensions:
7.04x4.30x.38 in. .26 lbs.

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