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Book Review: Lisa Harrow - 'What can I do?'

Whatcan1 There's a wealth of information out there on how to be green, but don't you sometimes wish you had it all in one place?

This handy A-Z guide, compiled by actress Lisa Harrow, is a good starting point for any aspect of green living, and being made from light, recycled paper could be easily fitted into a bag to help you make green decisions on your travels.

The book emphasises small, simple changes that can be made to your lifestyle, with practical, realistic suggestions, like how to recycle your mobile phone, making tasty organic meals, generating your own energy and choosing ethically sourced coffee.

We at Hippyshopper certainly approve of this approach, as we could all do more to get greener, and know that it isn't always easy!

At just a fiver, it's also great value. Order from www.booksattransworld.co.uk

February 9, 2007 in Arts & information | Permalink


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