Wake up and smell the planet : the non-pompous, non-preachy grist guide to greening your day

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  • Creator edited by Brangien Davis with Katharine Wroth
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication Seattle, Wash. : Skipstone, [2007] ©2007
  • Physical Details
    • 175 pages ; 17 cm
  • ISBNs 9781594850394, 1594850399
  • OCLC ocn144548049


  • Like Grist, this is a quirky, humorous, entertaining, and sometimes irreverent read. We all have our morning routines, whether it's making coffee, walking the dog, feeding the kids, a shower and a shave, the office commute, or some combination thereof. And at each of these morning moments-in fact, at any given time throughout the day-we're making choices. What to eat, what to wear, how to dispose of dog poop or diapers, how to travel from point A to point B, where to have a post-work cocktail, and on, and on-this compact and resourceful handbook takes a look at how to simplify and "green" our daily choices, from the moment we get up in the morning, until we finally lay our heads down at night. Grist magazine's news about green issues and sustainable living is far from predictable. A self-proclaimed "beacon in the smog," it provides some of the most refreshing and knowledgeable voices on how to live wisely and promote a healthy world. Consider this guide an off-line beacon, bringing Grist's edgy authority, impeccable research, and planetary cheerleading to a broader audience.


  • Includes index.


  • What a difference your day makes -- Oh, what a beautiful morning! -- You're soaking in it -- The breakfast of champions -- Clothes encounters -- Oh, baby! -- Pet projects -- Let's make a day of it -- Commute-icable diseases -- Heigh ho, Heigh ho, it's off to work you go -- Crazy little thing called lunch -- Gym dandy -- A consumption centerfold! -- Everybody's workin' for the weekend -- Play's the thing -- Regard the yard -- Keep it clean, people -- We gotta get out of this place -- On an evening keel -- Green, it's what's for dinner -- American idle -- Let's go to bed -- Good night, and good luck: your top ten questions, answered
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