So many of us are concerned about global warming and the future of our planet, but we also tend to think that living a more eco-friendly lifestyle is complicated and expensive – a luxury we might not be able to afford. What most people don’t know is that the exact opposite is true! Not only can you save money by “going green”, but you can also prosper by taking advantage of the new “green wave” in investing. In Go Green, Live Rich, David Bach takes you by the hand and shows you how to do just that. Let David Bach show you a whole new way to prosper – by going green!

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Like many great adventures, the 100-mile diet began with a memorable feast. Stranded in their off-the-grid summer cottage in the Canadian wilderness with unexpected guests, Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon turned to the land around them. They caught a trout, picked mushrooms, and mulled apples from an abandoned orchard with rose hips in wine. The meal was truly satisfying; every ingredient had a story, a direct line they could trace from the soil to their forks. The experience raised a question: Was it possible to eat this way in their everyday lives?

Back in the city, they began to research the origins of the items that stocked the shelves of their local supermarket. They were shocked to discover that a typical ingredient in a North American meal travels roughly the distance between Boulder, Colorado, and New York City before it reaches the plate. Like so many people, Smith and MacKinnon were trying to live more lightly on the planet; meanwhile, their “SUV diet” was producing greenhouse gases and smog at an unparalleled rate. So they decided on an experiment: For one year they would eat only food produced within 100 miles of their Vancouver home.

It wouldn’t be easy. Stepping outside the industrial food system, Smith and MacKinnon found themselves relying on World War II–era cookbooks and maverick farmers who refused to play by the rules of a global economy. What began as a struggle slowly transformed into one of the deepest pleasures of their lives. For the first time they felt connected to the people and the places that sustain them.

For Smith and MacKinnon, the 100-mile diet became a journey whose destination was, simply, home. From the satisfaction of pulling their own crop of garlic out of the earth to pitched battles over canning tomatoes, Plenty is about eating locally and thinking globally.

The authors’ food-focused experiment questions globalization, monoculture, the oil economy, environmental collapse, and the tattering threads of community. Thought-provoking and inspiring, Plenty offers more than a way of eating. In the end, it’s a new way of looking at the world.

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Want to learn more about organic food? Curious about alternative power sources? Want to do your part to help save the environment? The way that you live, work, travel, eat, drink, and dress affects the earth and the environment–and this concise, eye-opening book gives you all the tools you need to live a “green” lifestyle.

The Everything Green Living Book shows you how to:

  • Get involved in Earth Day through grassroots efforts or volunteering
  • Build or buy a green house
  • Use and select nontoxic cleaning supplies
  • Reap the benefits of organic foods
  • Utilize nonpollutant modes of transportation
  • Recycle more efficiently and find all-natural clothing and personal care items
  • Educate your children on the green lifestyle

This Earth-conscious manual is your introduction to the green lifestyle–so you can help the Earth prosper for another 4.5 billion years!

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Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Redford, Will Ferrell, Jennifer Aniston, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Martha Stewart, Tyra Banks, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Tiki Barber, Owen Wilson, and Justin Timberlake tell you how they make a difference to the environment.

Inside The Green Book, find out how you can too:

- Don’t ask for ATM receipts. If everyone in the United States refused their receipts, it would save a roll of paper more than two billion feet long, or enough to circle the equator fifteen times!

- Turn off the tap while you brush your teeth. You’ll conserve up to five gallons of water per day. Throughout the entire United States, the daily savings could add up to more water than is consumed every day in all of New York City.

- Get a voice-mail service for your home phone. If all answering machines in U.S. homes were replaced by voice-mail services, the annual energy savings would total nearly two billion kilowatt hours. The resulting reduction in air pollution would be equivalent to removing 250,000 cars from the road for a year!

With wit and authority, authors Elizabeth Rogers and Thomas Kostigen provide hundreds of solutions for all areas of your life, pinpointing the smallest changes that have the biggest impact on the health of our precious planet.

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‘The Green Parent’ is an extensive guide for parents who would like to green up their family’s life style and teach their children about living green. ‘The Green Parent’ covers a variety of subjects that have environmental impacts – energy, water, garbage, pets, transportation, work, shopping and many more.

Each chapter is dedicated to a different subject and includes useful tips (how to make your own cleaning agents from natural ingredients), recommendations how to use your money wisely while going green (buy ENERGY STAR appliances), suggestions how to get your kids involved in the process of greening up (light patrol to help you remember to turn off the lights), information on relevant issues such as green labels and interview with green parents. Both parents and kids will learn ways to make the biggest impact, save the most money, and discover how making even the smallest of changes can make a big difference.

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One of six titles in the Little Green Book series, here you will learn how to make choices that affect not only your own life but the planet as a whole. Containing 250 tips on cosmetics, grooming products and treatments, The Little Green Book of Beauty offers tips on packaging, ingredients, organics, toxins, animal testing and ethical issues. From how to read product labels and avoid toxins to statistics on carcinogens and why choose non-aluminum anti-perspirants, here are tips that are necessary for your well being as well as the planets.

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