Napa, CA (PRWEB) March 8, 2007
Sustainable Living: For Home, Neighborhood and Community is about using less energy, spending less money, and enjoying it more. It's about how neighbors can benefit from working and sharing together. And it's about how all of a community's neighborhoods and residents can benefit from cooperative effort.
Sustainable Living is not about buying greener things; it's about buying fewer things. It's about spending less money, and getting more out of life--and helping the planet at the same time.
This 164-page book is filled with suggestions and tips on how to live more sustainably and cope with the climate and energy problems 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 Sustainable Living 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, and how to eat better yet still save on food bills. And they'll learn ways to help, and benefit from, their neighbors and their community.
Sustainable Living's list price is $12.00 (ISBN 978-0-9659000-58). The book is now available through local bookstores, Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Borders.com and at http://www.sustainablelivingbook.com. Retailers may order through Ingram and Baker & Taylor.
Sustainable Living - 164 pages - $12.00 - ISBN# 978-0-9659000-58