Search Results for 365-ways-to-live-green

Additives help extend the life of some foods, add nutrition, or change a food's consistency. Some additives are relatively straightforward, and by reading the label, you will know what has been added. Some, however, are less conspicuous ...

Author: Diane Gow McDilda

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781440501166

Category: Nature

Page: 224

View: 171

It's the choices we make every day that affect our world tomorrow 365 Ways to Live Green offers an extended list of opportunities to live with more care for the environment by educating, inspiring and motivating people to look at the choices that are made everyday, and challenging them to change their habits. Broken down into 365 tips, with two concise points per page, readers can use this book to learn to make better everyday choices, from picking safer cleaning products to alternative holidays—this is everyone's all-purpose guide to green living.
2007-12-01 By Diane Gow McDilda

Your adventure will last more than 365 days—it will last a lifetime! ... So when you learn something new from this book or find a new way to go green, tell your teacher, your parents, your family, and your friends what you have learned ...

Author: Sheri Amsel

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781440520174

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 224

View: 531

"In the greenconscious world we live in today, parents realize the importance of teaching the lessons of green living, early on. With this book, parents can encourage their children to be ecologically friendly with fun lessons such as: The three Rs: reducing waste, reusing materials, and recycling Why we should keep the air, oceans, and forests pollutionfree Why organic food is tastierùand betterùfor you How to protect plants and animals Earth Day celebrations Complete with tips for every day of the yearùand activities for home, school, and during playtimeùthis book reveals how easy it is to be an ecofriendly familyùand prepare for a better future together."
2009-02-18 By Sheri Amsel

Green lettuce , green beans , peas , and green cucumber are all excellent sources of minerals and vitamins . Don't Get Angry Harvard Medical School showed that many heart 194 G 365 Ways to Live to 100 194.

Author: Siimon Reynolds

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

ISBN: 0740710206

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 384

View: 645

At one time, baby boomers wanted to live better lives-now they want to live longer, too. How can humans increase their life spans? Hundreds of products claim to help, but as Simon Reynolds shows, the answers sometimes are much simpler than that. Reynolds spent hundreds of hours interviewing antiaging experts, studying books, listening to lectures, and learning techniques from Australia's first antiaging clinic. The result is this succinct, sharp, and easy-to-understand book that outlines the 100 best ways to diminish the aging process.Choose to be happy. Help people. Develop a sense of purpose. Some of Reynolds's discoveries require a realignment of a person's state of mind. Others involve what we take in: Become a vegetarian. Peel your fruits and veggies. Take folic acid daily. All told, 100 Ways to Live to 100 will provide some helpful guidelines to everyone eager to live a longer and better life. In addition, a handy appendix provides a reading list of other great antiaging books.
2001-02-23 By Siimon Reynolds

Go Green, Live Rich (New York: Broadway Books/Random House, 2008). ... Green Careers: Choosing Work for a Sustainable Future (Gabriola Island, BC: New Society, 2009). ... 365 Ways to Live Green (Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2008).

Author: Kathlyn Gay

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810877016

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 232

View: 172

Introduces "living green" as the symbol of an effort to protect the environment and explores ways young people can make a difference in their homes, communities, and the world at large.
2012 By Kathlyn Gay

Human Values, Nature, the Green Economy, and Environmental Salvation Arthur B. Weissman ... Greener World, 2008; Diane Gow McDilda, 365 Ways to Live Green: Your Everyday Guide to Saving the Environment, 2008; Elizabeth Rogers, ...

Author: Arthur B. Weissman

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 9781614487616

Category: Nature

Page: 129

View: 492

This engaging book encourages us to tap into humanity’s highest ideals to solve environmental and social problems and become better people in the process. Despite significant progress in recent decades, the environmental crisis is far from over. We know what needs to change, but we don’t seem to know—economically, politically, or socially—how to stop the juggernaut of destructive development and resource depletion. Something continues to undermine our efforts to become a truly sustainable society. This book highlights the positive accomplishments we have made recently in greening the economy, but also exposes the underlying causes of our continued march toward disaster. A seasoned environmental professional, Arthur Weissman argues that what causes our environmental problems and stymies solutions ultimately relates to human values and our attitudes toward the world around us, including other humans, other species, and nature as a whole. We will attain our true relationship with nature only when we embrace the highest human values. In the Light of Humane Nature weaves personal narrative and autobiographical details with professional and philosophical discourse. Weissman sticks to essential concepts we can all comprehend, and presents the changes we need to make in our moral and aesthetic outlooks to connect with our highest human values so that we may achieve a sustainable and humane world.
2013-10-01 By Arthur B. Weissman

I Love God's Green Earth: Devotions for Kids Who Want to Take Care of God's Creation. Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale Kids, 2010. Amsel, Sheri. 365 Ways to Live Green for Kids: Saving the Environment at Home, School, or at Play — Every Day!

Author: Karen Whiting

Publisher: Zonderkidz

ISBN: 9780310724117

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 792

Love God, Love the Planet As you become an expert in all things green, Nature Girl offers fun ways to care for God’s creations while enjoying the wonders of nature! With activities, recipes, science experiments, and much more, you can discover how to create recycled jewelry, plan a spa day with friends, make your own earth-friendly skin care products, or team up to clean a park or a neighbor’s yard. Each chapter covers different topics, like water, air, energy, and recycling, and includes crafts, Scripture, games, quizzes, interviews with experts, and quotes from real girls like you. From the itty-bitty flowers at your feet to the air high above your head, discover how you can make a difference for our planet.
2014-03-11 By Karen Whiting

Learn how to strengthen your immune system, ease hormonal mood swings, and treat such common ailments such as allergies and digestion problems. Softcover • 8 x 91⁄4 • 304 p Item# ... 365 WAYS TO LIVE GREEN THE EVERYTHING GREEN LIVING BOOK.

Author: Tom Girolamo

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440219436

Category: Gardening

Page: 256

View: 332

Your Eco-Friendly Yard shows you how to plan and create a personalized ecosystem in your own yard. You’ll discover 20 projects, such as selecting appropriate native plants for your region, practicing water efficiency and conservation, and proper placement of trees and vegetation, plus tips and expert advice for saving the earth, as well as time and money.
2009-07-15 By Tom Girolamo

... I teach students excerpts from The Green Studies Reader: From Romanticism to Ecocriticism (2000) and Green Shakespeare (2006); I could readjust my daily habits with the help of 365 Ways to Live Green: Your Everyday Guide to Saving ...

Author: Jeffrey Jerome Cohen

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 9781452940014

Category: Philosophy

Page: 384

View: 423

Emphasizing sustainability, balance, and the natural, green dominates our thinking about ecology like no other color. What about the catastrophic, the disruptive, the inaccessible, and the excessive? What of the ocean’s turbulence, the fecundity of excrement, the solitude of an iceberg, multihued contaminations? Prismatic Ecology moves beyond the accustomed green readings of ecotheory and maps a colorful world of ecological possibility. In a series of linked essays that span place, time, and discipline, Jeffrey Jerome Cohen brings together writers who illustrate the vibrant worlds formed by colors. Organized by the structure of a prism, each chapter explores the coming into existence of nonanthropocentric ecologies. “Red” engages sites of animal violence, apocalyptic emergence, and activism; “Maroon” follows the aurora borealis to the far North and beholds in its shimmering alternative modes of world composition; “Chartreuse” is a meditation on postsustainability and possibility within sublime excess; “Grey” is the color of the undead; “Ultraviolet” is a potentially lethal force that opens vistas beyond humanly known nature. Featuring established and emerging scholars from varying disciplines, this volume presents a collaborative imagining of what a more-than-green ecology offers. While highlighting critical approaches not yet common within ecotheory, the contributions remain diverse and cover a range of topics including materiality, the inhuman, and the agency of objects. By way of color, Cohen guides readers through a reflection of an essentially complex and disordered universe and demonstrates the spectrum as an unfinishable totality, always in excess of what a human perceives. Contributors: Stacy Alaimo, U of Texas at Arlington; Levi R. Bryant, Collin College; Lowell Duckert, West Virginia U; Graham Harman, American U in Cairo; Bernd Herzogenrath, Goethe U of Frankfurt; Serenella Iovino, U of Turin, Italy; Eileen A. Joy; Robert McRuer, George Washington U; Tobias Menely, Miami U; Steve Mentz, St. John’s U, New York City; Timothy Morton, Rice U; Vin Nardizzi, U of British Columbia; Serpil Oppermann, Hacettepe U, Ankara; Margaret Ronda, Rutgers U; Will Stockton, Clemson U; Allan Stoekl, Penn State U; Ben Woodard; Julian Yates, U of Delaware.
2013-12-01 By Jeffrey Jerome Cohen

365 Ways to Live Green: Your Everyday Guide to Saving the Planet. New York: Adams Media. McDonald, Darryl. 2005. Interview at the Okotoks Recycling Center, Okotoks, AB, 9 August. McDonough + Partners. 1992.

Author: Ernest J. Yanarella

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9780857284006

Category: Social Science

Page: 318

View: 147

Outlining a robust strategy for sustainable city-regions that has emerged from over two-and-a-half decades of theoretical and practical work, ‘The City as Fulcrum of Global Sustainability’ cuts through the received wisdom and popular misunderstanding surrounding sustainability to demonstrate how global problems can best be addressed at the local-regional scale. Featuring an array of case studies – focusing on both strong and weak examples of sustainable cities – the text delivers a bold message to the urban planners of tomorrow: only the road less traveled holds real promise of creating sustainable city-regions, with this journey requiring the balanced guidance of ecological and technological conviviality.
2011-09-01 By Ernest J. Yanarella

Add an accent in the color of green (earth) and gold (sun), two powerful elements of nature that are both necessary for a healthy life-giving energy. Learn the Principles of Feng Shui Use knowledge of Feng Shui to aid the work of the ...

Author: Meera Lester

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781440500503

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

View: 761

Love, success, happiness, a long and healthy life—these are the things the Law of Attraction promises to deliver—but how? It sounds easy enough, but what does it really mean? In this book, you find the practical steps you need to harness the power of the universe and transform your life. Each of the 365 entries provides a simple, concrete action item guaranteed to attract good things into the your life, such as: Use the tarot to attract the perfect romantic partner Learn to say no to the bad so you can say yes to the good Make a wealth poster to attract more success Run a water fountain to stimulate the positive flow of money Use affirmations to boost your healthy energy Meditate to achieve serenity and peace of mind With this engaging, enlightening guide, you find the spiritual path to your wildest dreams, one day at a time!
2009-03-18 By Meera Lester