Meet Ethan Greenhart, committed eco-activist, ethicist and campaigner. In this must-have guide, Ethan answers some of todayas most pressing environmental dilemmas such as, aIs it ethical to watch sport?a, aIs it ethical to get into an ambulance?a and crucially, aIs it ethical to laugh?a Ethan makes no compromises as he advises us that having a baby is aan unethical crime of the highest ordera and that confetti is aWedding Day acid raina. Described as aOne of this countryas sharpest social commentatorsa (Telegraph) Brendan OaNeill has created a hugely popular fictional columnist, most famous for his contributions to online magazine, Spiked. Is it ethical to buy this book? Probably not, but itall be worth every tree-murdering page . . .Decorations First things first: a dead tree does not bring life to a room; it merely reminds us of the horrors of deforestation. ... a#39;fakea#39; trees a those plastic and tinsel- based factory creations that are a libel against treekind. ... So, instead of dead trees, green and silver tinsel, foil-wrapped chocolates and various paper-based monstrosities, why not make ... It certainly scared Shebaa#39;s mother; she said it was a#39;like something out of The Blair Witch Projecta#39;, which I think is a reference to a movie.
|Title||:||Can I Recycle My Granny?|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2008-10-16|