Bea Johnson, sometimes refered to as the "mother of the Zero Waste movement" explains how she transformed her family's life by reducing their waste. Bea, her husband Scott, and their two children now produce one quare of garbage per year, and have saved resources, time, and energy to be spent elsewhere. This book is part inspirational story, and part step-by-step guide, giving readers the tools to create less waste and change their own lives. From packing your lucnh without plastic or making your own DIY proudcts, this relatable guide breaks down zero waste living into easy to follow changes.
- Pages: Chlorine Free Paper FSC Certified Recycled Paper , Printed with soy based ink and a non-toxic binding
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