I finished The Green Book last night. It was a pretty quick read, although I was a little disappointed. I wanted a little more practical information on types of products, hows and where tos, but instead it threw random facts like how much energy could be saved if all of America did something. Although that is compelling, since I’m already committed to a greener life, I’d rather know how to do something rather than what will happen if me and my dearest friends did something.
For someone just getting into small green changes, I would recommend this read, but for more serious, already committed individuals, you’re probably looking for something more advanced. Keeping looking.
This is my eighth book this year, which keeps me on track. I’m still trying to read more, and I’m about a quarter through Emma. I don’t know why I’m reading this so slowly, but I hope to plow through this now that I’m done with this library book.
Books of 2009 total: 8
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