We canAt all camp out in old-growth forests, lying down in front of the bulldozers. And itAs not only that weAre too busy: Some of us just donAt want our fabulous threads to get caked with mud.But that doesnAt mean we donAt care passionately about the environment. Luckily, the days when becoming environmentally aware entailed eating bread that tasted like dirt, wearing clothes that looked like frayed burlap sacks, and spending summer vacations assailing whaling ships with Greenpeace are passing away. It is now perfectly possible (and increasingly easy) to be well fed, well coiffed, well dressed, and well traveled while remaining deeply committed to an ecologically sustainable lifestyle.In The Lazy Environmentalist, Josh DorfmanA¹host of the Sirius Satellite Radio program of the same nameA¹provides comprehensive guidance to fashion-forward consumers who are as concerned about the long-term health of our planet as they are about the design of their bathroom fixtures. Covering topics that range from clothing to electronic gadgetry, home decor to recreation, and gardening to financial investment, Dorfman lets us know which trends to watch and which eco-conscious productsA¹cars, toothbrushes, cell phones, pet accessoriesA¹to buy. Green, it turns out, can be an extremely stylish color.PANASONIC PLASMA TV Panasonic.com Panasonic is the first company in the world to eliminate the use of lead in its plasma display panels for TVs. Panasonica#39;s flat-screen plasma TVs are also industry leaders in reducing energy while delivering a high-quality HDTV viewing ... The HDTV-compatible televisions are also manufactured in a production plant that draws approximately one-third of its poweranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Lazy Environmentalist|
|Publisher||:||Abrams - 2011-03-01|