Suzuki's Green Guide

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Index
100-mile diet 67–8
activism 133–5
advertising directed at children 112–13, 152
advocacy 144–54
Africa 4, 171
aggressive driving 100
agriculture 16–17, 53
air pollution 7, 94
air travel 85–95
airtightness 30
allotment gardens 66
aluminum cans 21
Amazon rainforest 53
American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy 98–9
American Organic Consumers’ Association 70
Amsterdam 88
Anderson, Ray 18
Anielski, Mark 163
animals, treatment of 60–1, 152, see also meat eating
anti-smoking campaigns 80
antibiotics fed to livestock 60, 152
antimony in water bottles 79
apartments 25
apples, ecological footprint 3
appliances, energy-efficient 34–7
Asia, ecological footprint 4
Australia
certification in 116–17
climate change 170
ecological footprint 4–5
ecological literacy 152–3
food miles in 62–3
government contacts 136
greenhouse gas emissions 33
home energy use 29
house sizes 25
indoor water use 45
public transport use 82
rebates and tax credits 48–9
seafood recommendations 59
sustainable villages 14–15
transportation sector 83
voting patterns 132
wilderness protection 133
automobiles, see motor vehicles
BASIX rules 33–4, 43
bath vs. shower 46
BC Hothouse 64
Beavan, Colin 109–10
beef 53, 55–61
beverage containers 127
Bhutan 154
bicycling 86–7
biodiesel 102–3
biofuels 102–3
biological diversity 171–3
bird life 69, 173
bisphenol A in water bottles 79
body weight 74, see also obesity; overweight
borrowing 118
bottled water 76–9
boycotts 141–2
Braungart, Michael 17, 107
bread 73
calorie intake reduction 74–6
Camden Haven Ecovillage 14–15
Canada
air pollution in 94

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Help Wanted- Join the Sustainability Revolution 1
  • 2 - Home Smart Home 24
  • 3 - Food for Thought- Eating a Planet-Friendly Diet 52
  • 4 - Travelling Light 81
  • 5 - Less Stuff- The Zero Waste Challenge 106
  • 6 - Citizen Green 128
  • 7 - Smaller Footprint, Bigger Smile 157
  • Appendix- Background on the Global Environmental Crisis 168
  • Resources 178
  • Index 191
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