FROM THE PIONEER OF ECO-CONSCIOUS LIVING A committed environmentalist for more than thirty years, Ed Begley, Jr., has always tried to alive simply so others may simply live.a Now, as more and more of us are looking for ways to reduce our impact on the planet and live a better, greener life, Ed shares his experiences on what works, what doesn'taand what will save you money! These are tips for environmentally friendly living that anyoneawhether you own or rent, live in a private home or a condoacan try to make a positive change for the environment. From quick fixes to bigger commitments and long-term strategies, Ed will help you make changes in every part of your life. And if you think living green has to mean compromising on aesthetics or comfort, fear not; Ed's wife, Rachelle, insists on styleawith a conscience. In Living Like Ed, his environmentalism and her design savvy combine to create a guide to going green that keeps the chic in eco-chic. From recycling more materials than you ever thought possible to composting without raising a stink to buying an electric car, Living Like Ed is packed with ideasafrom obvious to ingeniousathat will help you live green, live responsibly, live well. Like Ed. From the Trade Paperback edition.A Guide to the Eco-Friendly Life Ed Begley, Jr. living like (3) Ed INFRASTRUCTURE ISSUES So, given their many advantages, why doesna#39;t everyone own an electric vehicle? Well ... Thata#39;s because the major car companiesaGM, Toyota, Honda, Chryslerathat were making electric cars during the a#39;90s and right up until recently didna#39;t come to a consensus in terms of what type of charging system to use.
|Title||:||Living Like Ed|
|Author||:||Ed Begley, Jr.|
|Publisher||:||Crown - 2008-03-25|