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The (Almost) Zero-Waste Guide

100+ Tips for Reducing Your Waste Without Changing Your Life

About The Book

Author Melanie Mannarino shares 100 simple tips for being less wasteful with what you eat, in your home, your wardrobe, your travels and your community. She also advises on how you can reduce your “unseen” waste, such as purchasing clothes with more sustainable fabrics and adopting a “Meatless Monday” regimen to help decrease your carbon footprint. If you’re someone who wants to reduce waste in your daily life and make a positive impact on the planet without having to make drastic changes in your habits, then look no further.

This highly accessible and practical guide will have you living a greener, more sustainable life that is (almost) zero waste in no time!

About The Author

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Award-winning journalist Melanie Mannarino has written and created content for magazines including Seventeen, Real Simple, and Cosmopolitan and has worked as Deputy Executive Editor for Redbook and News Editor for Marie Claire. The author of The Best Gender-Neutral Baby Name BookEpic Baby Names for Girls, and The (Almost) Zero Waste Guide, Melanie likes to scour antique shops for vintage clothes, walks to mass transit, and repurposes leftovers like a pro. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, son, and two cats.

Product Details

  • Publisher: S&S/Simon Element (April 15, 2021)
  • Length: 192 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781982142230

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“Living a zero-waste lifestyle is undeniably admirable. But similar to those lofty New Year's resolutions that are so unachievable we abandon them within a week, attempting to make an overnight switch to a zero-waste existence probably isn't sustainable for most of us. For a less intimidating approach we can actually stick to, we consulted Melanie Mannarino's new book, The (Almost) Zero Waste Guide: 100+ Tips for Reducing Your Waste Without Changing Your Life. As the title suggests, the book focuses on small but meaningful ways to live a less wasteful life. It delves into everything from cooking, to travel, to clothes. . .”—

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