Can I Recycle My Granny?

Can I Recycle My Granny?

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Meet Ethan Greenhart, committed eco-activist, ethicist and campaigner. In this must-have guide, Ethan answers some of todaya€™s most pressing environmental dilemmas such as, a€˜Is it ethical to watch sport?a€™, a€˜Is it ethical to get into an ambulance?a€™ and crucially, a€˜Is it ethical to laugh?a€™ Ethan makes no compromises as he advises us that having a baby is a€˜an unethical crime of the highest ordera€™ and that confetti is a€˜Wedding Day acid raina€™. Described as a€˜One of this countrya€™s sharpest social commentatorsa€™ (Telegraph) Brendan Oa€™Neill 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 ita€™ll 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?
Author:Ethan Greenhart
Publisher:Hachette UK - 2008-10-16


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