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SECRET LIFE OF STUFF, THE: A MANUAL FOR A NEW MATERIAL WORLD

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SECRET LIFE OF STUFF, THE: A MANUAL FOR A NEW MATERIAL WORLD

SECRET LIFE OF STUFF, THE: A MANUAL FOR A NEW MATERIAL WORLD

 HILL, JULIE

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Synopsis: SECRET LIFE OF STUFF, THE: A MANUAL FOR A NEW MATERIAL WORLD

Would you like: products that don't damage the environment? A better way of life without agonising about your 'footprint'? To really know your stuff? Climate change? Biofuels? Nuclear power? Landfills? Recycling? And, non-renewables? Environmental issues can feel overwhelming. But, in fact, it is simple; it all comes down to one thing - stuff. How we use the earth's resources - whether a slice of bread or a cargo ship, a cotton shirt or a nuclear reactor - effects our environment. In "The Secret Life of Stuff" Julie Hill takes a journey through everything around us and how we use it. She uncovers the true origin and cost of stuff and, while her inventory will shock, it is the first step towards overcoming waste. Over-consumption is not your fault, but it is not something you can ignore either. Hill shows how politicians, business people and we, as consumers and citizens, together can create a new, and better, material world.

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ISBN 9780099546580
Weight 0.253
Publisher THE RANDOM HOUSE GROUP LIMITED
Book Size (cm.) 129x198x22
Language English
Number of Pages 368

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Would you like: products that don't damage the environment? A better way of life without agonising about your 'footprint'? To really know your stuff? Climate change? Biofuels? Nuclear power? Landfills? Recycling? And, non-renewables? Environmental issues can feel overwhelming. But, in fact, it is simple; it all comes down to one thing - stuff. How we use the earth's resources - whether a slice of bread or a cargo ship, a cotton shirt or a nuclear reactor - effects our environment. In "The Secret Life of Stuff" Juli view all

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