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Wake Up and Smell the Planet: The Non-Pompous, Non-Preachy Grist Guide to Greening Your Day Paperback – October 31, 2007
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"You're in for a treat, in the form of this snappy little book." -- Shared Vision
..a groovy green heap o' advice for working, working out, eating, shopping, commuting, raising kids, raising pets - basically, for life. -- Seattle Times
Buy this book- the planet you save just might be ours! -- Alonovo.com
Never has a book on going green made me laugh so hard! -- BellaOnline
another book to add to the must read list! -- Treehugger.com
About the Author
Each month, Grist reaches over 700,000 unique individuals through its website and emails, and has been featured in Vanity Fair, the New York Times, Newsweek, and dozens of other national publications. Grist earned Webby(tm) People's Voice awards in both 2005 and 2006 as the internet's best magazine.
Top Customer Reviews
This book is just like the website. Simple clean advice to help make the world a better place. Plus some cheesy jokes to make it fun. GRIST ROCKS!
Anyone can read and understand this book. Anyone can change their life for the better. It kinda makes you wonder how we got is wrong so many years ago. Great gift as well.
Easy to read and very practical ideas. I gave all my friends a copy of this book, with some green gifts, such as, socks with bamboo threads and hemp purses.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is ok, it does have some good advice/tips but the information provided in this book is really just a collection of tips/advice that's been presented in a variety of other... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kevin Gildersleeve
Grist has assembled a thorough, executable guide to reducing one's impact on the environment that works well for the green novice and the weathered tree hugger. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Stephanie G.
A comprehensive and informative guide to climate change. I go back to it often, since I am very interested in saving the plalnet.Published on August 15, 2013 by Carol A
Easy reading, but it shows just how important one person can be in our ongoing fight against consumerism.Published on June 18, 2009 by Jillian
Such an enjoyable read. Editors Davis and Wroth understand that if readers were already totally green there would be no need for "Wake Up and Smell the Planet". Read morePublished on April 25, 2009 by G. Nielsen
Good advice--and good fun, too, since the authors clearly have a sense of humor. I liked it so well that I bought 10 copies to give away at Christmas.Published on January 17, 2009 by Susan K. Donaldson
A tad disappointing, or maybe I'm just dating myself. (I'm a senior citizen and none of this info was new to me - an old tie-dyed in the wool hippie).Published on December 9, 2008 by Nan
This book is too concerned with being humorous than providing information. There was hardly any tips in it that I didn't already know. Read morePublished on October 6, 2008 by Holly B. Fadool
I was hoping for more detail, background and explanations. More of just a general guide without a whole lot of depthPublished on September 8, 2008 by E. K. Hartensveld