With hundreds of entertaining facts, Thomas Kostigen gives simple tips for water saving, both the water you see and use and qvirtual water, q the water you cannot see but is embedded in the things you consume. For example, it takes 27 gallons of water to grow a banana but only 19 gallons of water to grow an apple--thus choosing to eat an apple can save 8 gallons of water. The Green Blue Book includes an extensive guide so you can make smarter choices and help reduce the demand for water-intensive foods and products. With breakthrough research, humor, and a hopeful message, The Green Blue Book will show how, drop by drop, one's water savings can add up.Depending on the paper stock and the booka#39;s cover and size, a bookasuch as the one in your paws right nowacan hold a lot of ... Finally, in the world of water conservation, smaller is better: A laptop uses slightly more than half the amount ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Green Blue Book|
|Author||:||Thomas M. Kostigen|
|Publisher||:||Rodale - 2010-03-16|