Science Nonfiction

‘How to Save the World for Free’ Review: An Essential Guide on Positive Change

It’s a terrifying world out there, given the constant climate change and refusal of many governments to do something about it. Every day, each of us is adding to the pollution of the planet. The most important question remains: what can we, as individuals, do to save the world?

In How to Save the World for Free, author Natalie Fee lays out a comprehensive guide to the many little steps we can take to become better citizens for a better future. These are practical things you can do every day that reduce your footprint. It can be as simple as declining a straw at a restaurant or cutting your shower time down by a few minutes. Growing your own food or bringing your own containers when grocery shopping. It doesn’t take much to change your behaviors but it can make a big difference.

The guide starts out with a well written albeit terrifying look at the many issues plaguing our planet. It’s not just the rising temperatures, but a myriad of issues we’re causing as populations expand and we continue to consume at a faster rate. It’s a necessary section with important details that make the following chapters even more compelling.

The rest of the guide breaks the tips down into areas of your life. Eating, drinking, your home, your travel habits – its all here. Each section is full of facts detailing why these little steps matter. It’s written in a down-to-earth style, showing you that all of these tips are possible if you give it a bit of thought and compel yourself to make some changes in your daily life. You’ll finish the book feeling inspired and ready to make the world a better place.

How to Save the World for Free
By Natalie Fee
Published by Laurence King Publishing

NOTE: I was provided a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.

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