We're happy to update you that we're adding another great green book to our green gift giveaway:
The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget: Save Money. Save Time. Save the Planet
You can get a free copy of The Lazy Environmentalist by Josh Dorfman when you balance out 50 books by planting 50 trees with Eco-Libris. And this is not the only book we offer as a free gift - we have some other great books you can choose from: Clean Body, Greening Your Small Business, Raw for Dessert, Sweet Utopia and Sustainable Sushi.
All of these books are printed on recycled or FSC-certified paper and readers can choose from this list the book they would like to receive as a gift from us.
So what The Lazy Environmentalist is about? (from the book Amazon's webpage)
In The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget, Josh Dorfman takes you inside the latest developments in green living to demonstrate how you can easily and affordably have your designer jeans and your planet too. From raising eco-conscious kids to greening your daily commute, Dorfman provides insights into the next wave of green innovation and the products and services that will lighten your planetary impact and lower your expenses.
Find bargain basement deals on stylish organic bedding and bamboo furnishings at the largest retailers in the world. Score instant rebates on everything from compact fluorescent light bulbs to energy-efficient air conditioners. And earn reward points for carpooling with friends.In a time when many people are feeling financially restricted, The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget is your guide to effortlessly saving the planet while keeping some extra cash in your pocket.
You can read more about it on Jennifer Kaplan's review of this book, which was part of our green books campaign.
You are also welcome to check out this video, where Josh Dorfman shows us how to go green on a budget:
More details about our green gift giveaway and the other gifts we give to readers who balance out 25 books or more (gift cards for Strand Bookstore and BookSwim!) can be found on the campaign's page at http://www.ecolibris.net/gifts.asp
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