Synopses & Reviews
Experts suggest that by 2005, 40 percent of American homes will buy organic, yet a large
majority have only a limited knowledge of how to actually make informed, green choices. Green Living, from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine offers a thorough, step-by-step plan for every aspect of your life, from the laundry room to the kitchen:
- Maintaining a healthy home
- Going organic and avoiding genetically modified food
- Finding a planet-friendly car
- Making socially responsible investments
- Using personal-care products free of damaging chemicals
With advice on everything from planet-friendly cosmetics to home-based renewable energy, and straight talk on hemp, hybrids and hair coloring, Green Living is the ideal reference for both the neophyte and the experienced environmentalist.
Experts suggest that by 2005, 40 percent of Americans will buy organic, yet a large majority have only a limited knowledge of how to make informed choices. This book offers a thorough, step-by-step plan for every aspect of life, from the laundry room to the kitchen, planet-friendly cosmetics to home-based renewable energy.
About the Author
The E/The Environmental Magazine editorial team includes editor Jim Motavalli, who is the author or editor of three previous environmental books; publisher Doug Moss, who founded E and Animals Agenda magazines; Managing Editor Brian C. Howard, a contributor to Alternet, the Green Guide and Britains Ergo Living; and Associate Publisher Karen Soucy, formerly of the Village Voice.