Escaping to Planet B to avoid environmental catastrophe is pure fantasy. This book is for anyone who yearns for a realistic alternative to the destructive path the world is on at the moment, and wants practical advice on how they can make things better.
Plastic is ruining our environment, and we can do something about it. Martin Dorey, founder of the anti-plastic movement and #2minutebeachclean, is the expert when it comes to understanding the impact plastics have on our planet. `We could actually do something about plastic right now' David AttenboroughTogether we can fix this.
There is little doubt that our beautiful planet is now under huge threat. We need to take action before it's too late, and we can all do our bit to help. This guide is full of simple tips we can all incorporate into our daily lives, and will demonstrate how small eco-friendly changes can have a huge positive effect on the world around us.
This book will take young readers on a spectacular journey around the world, from the highest mountain peaks to the very bottom of the ocean. Full of fascinating facts, this book uses jaw-dropping landscapes and richly illustrated maps to explain the wonderful secrets behind Planet Earth.
A Dubray Favourite for August... In this beautifully illustrated book, children (and adults!) can learn about thirteen different habitats - gardens, hedgerows, heathlands, woodlands, highlands, wetlands, the coastline, freshwater, oceans, savannahs, jungles and mountains - and simple everyday ways to protect them.
The Little Book of Going Green aims to shed light on the ways humans are harming the environment, from pollution and deforestation to industrial production and farming methods. Filled with facts, theories and tips on how we can do our bit for the planet, this is your one-stop guide to making every aspect of your life earth-friendly.
You have been told the market will save us, when in fact the addiction to profit and growth is digging us in deeper every day. This book about capitalism states that we can seize this crisis to transform our failed economic system and build something radically better. It exposes the myths that are clouding the climate debate.
Is there no escape from an economy that devours nature in the name of endless growth? The author's answer is a rousing 'yes, there is.' Drawing on a lifetime of travel in search of real-world alternatives that work, he describes how communities the world over are creating a replacement economy from the ground up.
An illustrated journey through the world's ecosystems, exploring the plants and animals that live here and explaining how they - and Planet Earth - work, from the bestselling author of Women in Science.
Suitable for small children, this book offers ten things that everyone can do to help conserve their world. It includes such things as turning off the television properly, walking to school and turning off lights when leaving a room, and others such as feeding the birds in winter and growing plants from seed.
Millennial Cait Flanders embarked on a 12-month shopping ban, limiting herself to only purchasing essential items, in order to save over half of her income and learn how little she actually needed to get by. In the process, she just may have discovered the key to profound and lasting happiness.