Zero Waste Home: The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying Your Life by Reducing Your Waste Paperback – Apr 9 2013
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“Bea Johnson’s book has allowed me to get even closer to Zero Waste than I was before I picked it up. Read it today. It will transform the way you view waste.” (Ed Begley, Jr.)
“Zero Waste Home is an amazing story of personal transformation. It compels us to recognize that our heedlessly wasteful ways are not gateways to prosperity and convenience, but barriers to a good life and a healthy planet. Bea Johnson has produced an invaluable resource.” (Edward Humes, author of Garbology)
“Waste not, want not isn't about penny pinching. It's about gratitude and loving our lives. Bea Johnson doesn't just teach us to save the planet. She teaches us to save ourselves." (Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man)
“If you want inspiration and practical information... [Zero Waste Home] is powerful.” (Natural Child World magazine)
“Clear, authentic, knowledgeable, helpful and a great read. Zero Waste Home will make a difference.” (Paul Hawken, author of Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution See all Product Description
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Unlike other books on the same topic, "Zero Waste Home" neither focuses on statistics nor discusses the impact of excessive waste in detail. Instead, it provides practical, actionable advice on incorporating meaningful changes into our personal lives.
A good book to start a simplier lifestyle.
Her tricks are good ones, eventhough sometimes I felt like I was already doing some of them without doing these things out of an environmental issue (more economical one).
Many reasons can push you toward a simplier lifestyle and this book tells a way to do it while keeping an environmental question up front: how could I do the same things as usual and reduce my waste (you'll either do differently or do without).
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Very good book, inspirational and a lot of tips and recipes I would have never thought of!Published 2 months ago by A. Prevost
So inspiring ! Bea Johnson made me change my way of life. This book is a proof that we can live sustainebly in our north American society.Published 4 months ago by emstar13
Once you read the first few chapters the book seems to repeat itself. I did find some useful tips with this book though.Published 4 months ago by Patricia
Some parts are very clever, some just not practical, unless you live at home and have lots of time on your hands.Published 13 months ago by Nature / Food / Music lover