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I hope that this Sustainability Made Simple review helps answer a few questions about the book. Marty and I are always interested in ways that we can make our lives a little bit more eco-friendly. There are a lot of small changes we can make to help improve our world. I received a book for this review. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
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Sustainability Made Simple Review
Sustainability Made Simple is an introduction to sustainability and sustainable living that explores the relationship between everyday life and the intricate global environmental issues of today, including air and water pollution, deforestation, and climate change. Rosaly Byrd and Laurèn DeMates offer an optimistic yet realistic perspective on our impact on the environment, giving much-needed guidance to those who are interested in finding new and relatively easy ways to incorporate sustainability into daily life.
An excellent resource for those who are interested in learning what sustainability is about and picking up habits to be more sustainable, Sustainability Made Simple shows that adopting a sustainable lifestyle doesn’t require “going off the grid” or making drastic life changes that take time and cost money. Instead, Byrd and DeMates focus on the advantages and transformative changes associated with sustainability, demonstrating that although society is facing unprecedented environmental challenges, working towards sustainability is an opportunity to do things differently and do things better, enhancing aspects of life, such as health, work, and community.
Sustainability Made Simple is a fantastic resource for those looking to make more eco-friendly choices in their lives. The book is broken down into chapters that fit different areas of your life so it’s easy to reference. You can find tips for the kitchen, water use, bathroom, holidays, parties, traveling, etc. There are also all sorts of notes and references if you’d like to continue reading more about a certain topic on your own.
There really are tips for everyone from small changes like washing your car less frequently to larger changes like landscaping for shade to reduce your cooling bill. This book is a great resource for those who want to make changes in their lives to lessen their impact on our plant.
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