The Best Books on Being Environmentally Friendly

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books on Being Environmentally Friendly. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

12 Small Acts to Save Our World by WWF

This product was recommended by Jenna Moran from Whimsy and Spice

I loved this book because it gave me so many really simple ideas about how I could be more environmentally friendly in my everyday routine, especially in terms of food waste. WWF is such an admired and well-established organization that is constantly making an effort to save the planet, and I think it did a great job in making this book accessible for absolutely everyone.

101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg

This product was recommended by Isla Zyair from Obesity Controller Association

This book teaches readers how to be environmentally friendly by sharing helpful ways to reduce the earth’s carbon footprints. In this book, author Kathryn Kellogg provided a beginner’s guide on how people can reduce household waste through minimalism.

Soil Science for Gardeners by Robert Pavlis

This product was recommended by Alejandro Rodriguez from Environmental Assessment

As humans, we can’t survive without food. And learning to grow your own is not only extremely satisfying but an actual life skill. But how do you grow your food from the ground up, without relying on herbicides or pesticides? This is where Robert Pavlis comes in, with practical and actionable tips on how to build soil health – and have a thriving garden. This is a must read for anyone that wants to truly live an environmentally-friendly life.

No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference, by Greta Thunberg

This product was recommended by Stephen Banks from Best Book Price

This is an inspiring book! Greta Thunberg is such a powerful young woman and she has a clear message: we need to take action on climate change, and we need to do it now. She makes a compelling case for why we need to listen to the science and why we need to take immediate steps to reduce our carbon emissions. But it isn’t just a book about the science of climate change. Greta also talks about her personal journey and how she became the powerful activist she is today. She talks about the importance of hope, and how we can all make a difference. This book is a must-read for anyone who cares about the future of our planet. It’s a call to action, and it’s an inspiring story of one young woman who is making a difference.

Eco-Friendly Families by Helen Coronato

This product was recommended by Brandon Wilkes from The Big Phone Store

This book is packed with easy-to-understand information and practical tips for living a more sustainable lifestyle. It covers topics like energy conservation, waste reduction, and green transportation. Best of all, it shows how small changes can make a big difference in the fight against climate change. If you’re looking for a way to reduce your carbon footprint and help save the planet, this is the book for you. But it’s not just a book of facts and tips – it’s also a fun and engaging read, with illustrations and real-life examples that make it easy to understand and follow. Whether you’re looking to learn more about being eco-friendly or just want a good read, Eco-Friendly Families is the perfect choice.

101 Ways to Help the Planet – A One Year Challenge by Gaia Appello

This product was recommended by Shane Paarman from Awesome Stuff 365

This is an excellent book about being environmentally friendly through the adoption of sustainable lifestyle habits. The book itself is a one-year challenge that helps you adopt a different strategy or habit every week so that you can be overall more eco-friendly in your way of living.

The Nature Principle by Richard Louv

This product was recommended by Matthew Osborn from Legionary

The principles Louv outlines are the basic guiding tenets of the New Nature Movement, which espouses a reconnection to the natural world and teaches the reader how to live a more eco-conscious and sustainable life, which in turn helps to focus and hone mental acuity and physical wellbeing. It’s the ideal blueprint for anyone who wants to live in harmony with the world rather than hurting it.

Silent Spring by Rachel Carson

This product was recommended by Matt Wilson from Lift Your Game

The first book that caught our eye was Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. This book is a classic when it comes to the environment. It takes a very serious view of the effects of pesticide use on the environment. The book was highly influential in bringing about changes in environmental policy. I also love how the book is written in a very engaging and accessible way that even non-experts can understand.

Simply Sustainable by Lily Cameron

This product was recommended by Chris Kowalski from Autopadre

I spend so much of my time around V8-powered monster machines, that I’ve become increasingly aware that I need to reduce my carbon footprint to offset my professional endevors, and that’s why I took Lily Cameron’s book to heart. By reducing my impact on the environment outside of work, I’ve managed to ensure that I live a carbon-neutral life, and I owe it all to the ideas and practices in the pages of ‘Simply Sustainable’…

How To Break Up With Fast Fashion by Lauren Bravo

This product was recommended by Karim Hachem from La Blanca

“We know that we need to change something.” Lauren Bravo’s introduction to the world of existing without the waste of fast fashion is both humorous and blunt. Bravo calls attention to a growing pandemic that many are guilty of, and offers tips on how to transition out of those habits. Bravo teaches readers to correct the way they think about fashion in the first place, and changes the narrative. Reading How to Break Up with Fast Fashion changes readers, and instills a sense of propriety in how we shop. Bravo is still very aware, however, that this is not a problem that will change overnight, or even over the next decade. She expertly informs readers in a way that makes going back on those habits seem infinitely more difficult. Bravo supplies a story that is much needed, and offers a quick and effective alternative to a far-reaching obstacle that we all face.

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