Free Book Review: The Consumer's Guide to
Effective Environmental Choices
Practical Advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists
by Michael Brower, Ph.D.and Warren Leon, Ph.D.
Are you trying to cope with a busy life and do something positive about the environment at the same time?
Do you feel confused and overwhelmed trying to decide what's best to do? Here is some advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists, a recognized, authoritative, reliable, nonprofit group of experts.
This one's a few years old, but still VERY useful. The authors advise you about the most important actions you
can take, so you don't have to feel guilty if you can't do everything.
Issues discussed include paper versus plastic bags, cloth versus disposable diapers, disposable cups, office equipment, major purchases, and much more. Now you can find out what you really need to worry about, and what you don't. Plus all of this advice is based on scientific evidence.
An excellent book full of positive, practical information that you can use to make the biggest possible impact with the resources you have. You can have peace of mind knowing that you are making a difference.
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