David Suzuki’s Green Guide

Published: by Greystone Books / David Suzuki Foundation
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ISBN: 9781553652939
Price: $19.95
Format: Paperback / softback Trade paperback (US)

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A practical guide to reducing your ecological footprint from the man Tim Flannery calls “the greatest environmentalist of our age.”

Everyone knows that human actions affect our natural environment. With this indispensable guide, readers will learn to consume fewer resources and become part of the solution as stewards of the planet. This book recommends actions for individuals to be more green in the homes where we live, the way we travel, the food we eat, and the things we buy. It also describes how all of us can ensure that governments support sustainable lifestyles. Suzuki and Boyd provide vital tips for readers to:

  • create a healthy indoor environment
  • decrease energy and water use
  • choose eco-friendly transportation
  • make simple diet changes to eat fresher, healthier food

Published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation.


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