Living Without Plastic
by Christine Wong Author and Brigette Allen Author
Plastic is ubiquitous—there are so many products we use and own that contain some form of plastic. Living Without Plastic is an eye-opening book that shows how overdependent humans are to plastics— wcausing a global disaster—and teaches us how to solve this problem by ditching plastic and switching to environmentally friendly alternatives such as plastic-free pens and toothbrushes, reusable glass containers, natural loofahs, cloth grocery bags, and so much more. This illustrated guide offers more than 100 swaps for the most common single-use plastic items, a 30-Day Plastic Detox Program, and resources for further advocacy and understanding.
(This book may contain a sharpie mark on the top or bottom edge and may show mild signs of shelfwear.)
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