A great book for those who fear that reducing their environmental impact will be too hard. In reality it can mean a healthier, simpler and happier life.' CLIVE HAMILTON Let's face it, the environment is in trouble. Global warming and climate change are a reality and our lifestyle is largely to blame. The good news is that there are many simple ways to turn things around, even if you are a busy, car-driving, resource-guzzling city dweller. In this practical, comprehensive book, environmental scientist Rebecca Blackburn explains that just three areas of your life create 75 per cent of your environmental impact. So stop worrying about little things and start focusing on what really matters. Whether it is cutting down on red meat, making your home energy-efficient, or walking to your local shops, living sustainably will help your bank balance, your health and the life of the planet. Green is Good is an essential book for every person who cares about the future.