Are you hoping to change the world?
In this handy little Yellow Pages of ethical choices, Lisa Harrow shows you how small changes to the way you live can make a difference. Whether you're concerned about pesticides in food, toxic substances in your home, poisons in children's play equipment, polluted waterways, or, most alarmingly, water supplies drying out, this guide to eco-friendly internet sites will give you ideas, information, inspiration and the tools you need to make the world a better, healthier and greener place.
If you have a green shopping bag, a compost heap or a recycling bin you are already helping to protect the Earth. What Can I Do? will open your eyes to other changes you can make to protect yourself, your family, and our world, without completely altering your way of life.
Lisa Harrow was born in New Zealand and went to London to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, after which she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. She is married to Dr Roger Payne and they live in Woodstock, Vermont. Together they wrote and produced the performance piece, Sea Change, which explores the steps we can all take to preserve our fragile planet. What Can I Do? was originally created as a guide to action for the play and was given away at the end of each performance.