One for the dedicated eco-warriors, this book provides tips for... protecting our oceans and you might also find that you save money in the process
So here are the three simple choices; you can stick your head in the beach and hope that when you pull it out the nightmare has gone away, you can carry on regardless hoping that 'they' will fix the problems (but note - 'they' won't, 'they' won't even try until it's too late) or you can get up and get on with changing the world yourself. Which means that actually there isn't a choice at all. Read this book, think and then act - it's our only hope.'
It offers simple straightforward advice for everyday life. If you're trying to make changes at home, this is a brilliant handbook written by people who, like you and me live 'normal' lives and who have witnessed the struggle, first-hand, when trying to live a plastic free life. A good read from cover to cover or a pick up and put down book, it's full of advice on going plastic free from the time you get up until the time you go to bed with all the activities you can think about in between - babies, holidays, pets, cooking, clothes - they've left no stone unturned. And all with a good dose of humour and history thrown in! I love the sea and the coast and have always been passionate about the health of the ocean, so when it comes to taking on board the tips in this book - I'm in.