Developed for those who would like to teach their children about green living, this guide offers parents hints for things they can do for and with their kids to lead more environmentally friendly lives. From how to save energy to how to reuse and recycle everything, this resource offers advice for getting children involved in ecology as well as products and services that can help parents raise more environmentally conscious children.
Through a series of fun activities—how to start a “light patrol," make a waste-free school lunch, and build a green bird house—parents and kids will learn ways to make the biggest impact, save the most money, and discover how making even the smallest of changes can make a big difference."A fabulous read for parents who are trying to improve the health of the children, household, communities and planet!"nbsp; —Lee Welles, author,nbsp;Gaia Girls Book series"A great resource for updated details on green living."nbsp; —Sara Prout, development officer, Bainbridge Graduate Institute"An excellent guide for parents. . . . I've dog-eared many pages in this book and always keep it close at hand."nbsp; —greatgreentips.net"It's a fun and interesting read that'll definitely give you the knowledge necessary to become a green family!"nbsp; —mamadivas.com"Offers much needed support and inspiration for all parents working to raise evironmentally smart and health concious kids!"nbsp; —Charris Ford, sustainability advocate and founder, Grassolean Solutions"Parents who start off by following even a few of Jenn Savedge's tips will not only help save the planet for our children, but will have a more joyous family life for the effort."nbsp; —grizzlybird.net"Savedge writes with an infectious optimism that motivates us to change our ways . . . and change the world in the process."nbsp; —Leslie Garrett, author,The Virtuous Consumer"This thoughtful must-have book for parents reminds us of the old Native American saying: We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors; we borrow it from our Children."nbsp; —Doug Farr, author,Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature
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