Sustainability Made Simple book + bag

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a moss-covered rock, you have probably tried at least one way to “go green” in the past few years.  Most of us have reached an awareness about reusing items, recycling, and reducing our footprint. Disclosure: I received a Growing a Green Family pack, too. Opinions shared are mine.  In the book Sustainability Made Simple, readers can consider some really do-able action steps to raising an environmentally aware family.

The book isn’t a typical how-to read. It is more of a textbook, containing many statistics, charts, and the like.  However, there are many sections of the text that will appeal to those inspired by the going-green movement.  What really stood out to me was the fact-based support that guides the suggestions.  The book takes a scientific approach to environmentalism, rather than an emotional guilt-trip.  It’s a beneficial read, even if you just skip to the sections that apply to your household.

Enter to win a Growing a Green Family prize pack, which includes the book Sustainability Made Simple and a reusable Baggu tote bag. The giveaway is open to US readers ages 18+. Void where prohibited by law. Enter on the form below. Good luck!

Thank you to Rowman and Littlefield for sending me this package.

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  1. I want to win because it looks like a cool prize pack that my cousin would love!

  2. Judy Cox says:

    I am sure this has alot of very useful imformation that means alot and you really need to know!! This would be a good gift for my oldest daughter.

  3. Julie Waldron says:

    One way I’m going green is by making my own homemade cleaners.

  4. Deborah W. says:

    Anything we can do to help with the environment is a plus. Taking reusable bags to the store is a big plus.

  5. Jana Leah says:

    I use reuseable bags for all my shopping. This bag will come in handy.

  6. Jana Leah says:

    I use reusable bottles rather than constantly buying bottled water.

  7. Buddy Garrett says:

    Our city has a recyclable program. I recycle everything I can.

  8. Renee Rousseau says:

    I would love to learn more about sustainability and the ways my family can achieve a higher percentage! We use refillable water bottles and always have a cold pitcher of water in the fridge to fill them. We try to cut down on food packaging by buying more bulk and natural food items.

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