Going green without the tree hugging. Climate change, fair trade, ethical investment, organic food, solar planets - modern life is complex for consumers with a conscience. What green and ethical advice is worth following? Which products and companies should we support or avoid? The Rough Guide to Ethical Living cuts through the greenwash to answer these and many other questions. bull; Low Carbon Living: From electricity to cars - how to reduce your greenhouse emissions at home and on the road. bull; Responsible Shopping: Tea to trainers, fish to furniture, cosmetics to cleaners: the problems and ethical options. bull; The Issues: Do boycotts work? Is buying local better? How fair is fair trade? What about third-world labour? Packed full of information and with tips on doing your own research, The Rough Guide to Ethical Living is the ultimate handbook for responsible consumers.In mounting any turbine, avoid sites with excessive turbulence, which will reduce performance and shorten the turbinea#39;s working life. ... between installing a wind turbine on your roof and signing up for a . green tariff is investing in a renewable energy project on your doorstep. ... governmenta#39;s Enterprise Investment Scheme.
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