Global warming, climate change, toxic waste, and more: it sometimes seems the environmental challenges we face are just too huge for individual actions to matter, but they're not and here's the proof. True Green is based on the practical experience of Clean Up the World, a grassroots environmental movement that has inspired more than 40 million volunteers in over 100 countries to take action since 1993.
It's a lovely book visually, but disappointing and insubstantial in content. Has only the most obvious recommendations. Might be worth it for the youngest or least aware.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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