|FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / Motherhood
|HOUSE & HOME / Design & Construction
|HOUSE & HOME / Sustainable Living
|NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection
|8.54in x 5.80in x 1.03in
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|This Earth-and money-saving guide to sustainable living empowers families everywhere to fight climate change by making practical lifestyle changes-at home at their own pace.
Expert author Julia Rockwell provides a road map to simplify and streamline our lives in a way that benefits overall well-being and the health of the planet-all without sacrificing comforts or turning our lives upside down. And to do so you...
Written and designed to reach all families, this inspiring and useful book highlights "eco-action" solutions that support a climate-friendly lifestyle at your own pace. Some of the eco-actions topics covered are:
It shows us how caring for a healthy planet doesn't just boost mental wellness, reduce stress, and heighten sense of community, but also saves time and money, too. Includes a comprehensive list of eco-insider resources, a 31-day Eco-Family Challenge, a guide to creating a personalized roadmap to resources in your area, and the book itself is printed on responsibly forested, FSC certified paper.
Realistic yet impactful, Mothering Earth gives readers a feasible guide for simple and meaningful change, while at the same time sparks calmness and connection. With the tools to create an effective and healthy eco-routine, readers take a holistic look at shifting habits and making them stick in this Earth-saving guidebook.
|Julia Rockwell is a mother and zero-waste expert, educator, and writer. She is the founder of the Mothering Earth Project, an organization dedicated to helping others live sustainably through community and connection. Additionally, she works with families, mothers in particular, to help them reduce their carbon, plastic, and waste footprints. A lifelong lover of healthy and mindful living, Rockwell holds an arts-activism-based BA in world arts & cultures from UCLA. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children, where they lead a zero-waste lifestyle.