Napa, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2006
Many people believe that our modern global society is heading full speed into the worst crisis in its history. They are convinced that our society is rushing faster and faster toward accelerating energy depletion (that means higher gas prices--if gasoline is even available); likely catastrophic climate change, including rising temperatures and sea levels; and a cyclically certain economic crash. And there are no adults in charge.
After Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans, Americans recognize that their government will not come to their rescue when needed, and that they and their community are on their own. They know that the time to start creating sustainable homes and communities is now.
Even those who don't accept the likelihood of this challenging future, can--and should--still take action simply to improve their quality of life. They can save money, bring their family closer together, enjoy a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle, and improve the security and well-being of their community.
This 246-page book is filled with suggestions and tips on how to live more sustainably and cope with the threats facing our country and our planet. The book is written by Mick Winter, host of the popular Peak Oil websites DryDipstick.com and BeyondPeak.com.
The suggestions in "Peak Oil Prep" will help people save money and fight global warming by using less energy in their everyday living. They'll discover tips on low-cost heating, cooling, and lighting in their home. They'll get ideas on how to survive with little or no use of a car, how to improve their health, eat better yet still save on food bills, and supplement or replace their current income. And they'll learn ways to help, and benefit from, their neighbors and their community.
"Peak Oil Prep" gives people the tools and information they need to save energy and money, and live more sustainably. List price is $16.95 (ISBN 0965900045). The book is now available through local bookstores, Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Borders.com and at http://www.PeakOilPrep.com. Retailers may order through Ingram and Baker & Taylor.