100 Ways to Save the World Hardcover – Illustrated by Johan Tell (Author), Bill McKibben (Foreword)
This work outlines what individuals can do in their day-to-day lives to make a positive difference on the environment. Beautiful full-colour photos complement the easy-to-implement ideas.
We are bombarded with negative information about all the ways from global warming to lacing fish with mercury that 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-colour photos, these fresh practical ideas will inspire and resound with readers.
This book gives 100 simple,
concrete tips to help you and your family save energy, cut pollution and build a more sustainable future. By focussing on opportunities and solutions rather than finger pointing and blame, 100
Ways to Save the World shows how everyone shares in the environmental legacy we leave to coming generations.
Johan Tell writes in accessible and inspiring prose about difficult issues, introducing the sometimes complex trade-offs of a greener lifestyle in terminology that anyone can take to heart and understand. An editorial advisory board comprised of three professors in environmental fields helped to guarantee reliability.
Possibly Sweden’s best-selling environmental book, 100 Ways to Save the World has been published in the UK, Norway, Finland, Denmark and the United States.
This is a beautiful and well-made book bound in genuine linen. Production methods, paper, binding and even printing ink have been chosen to minimize environmental impacts.
Johan Tell is freelance writer and have previously worked for the travel magazine Vagabond. He has passed thirty books, most on his own but also some along with other writers like Christer Fuglesang, Mai-Lis Hellénius and Ola Skinnarmo.
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