A short pocket read I picked up a few months back has made it onto my bedside table. ‘Save The World’ by Louise Bradford acts as a short book filled with handy tips and tricks on living Sustainably.
Unlike others, I found this to be every so slightly academic, but be completely readable. In way it shares the true scale of the problem we are facing environmentally, through statistics and real life accounts. Despite its length, with its graphics and short sentences, Save the World does well in cutting right to the chase. With topics such as Water Conservation and areas of the home to focus on such as Electricity, it goes a lot deeper than some typical Sustainability books on the market.
‘With its graphics and short sentences, Save the World does well in cutting right to the chase’
I found that the areas of living Sustainably that I am still admittedly needing more education on, I was able to clearly understand in this book and improve my education. An example being on the damages of Palm Oil (I have known it is bad but didn’t know how bad!)
Overall, It’s a handy little book to gift a friend if they are looking for a book that’s incredibly thorough yet quick and easy to understand. With a single page taking no more than 30 seconds to read yet insightful nonetheless – worth picking up!
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