Sleeping Naked Is Green: How an Eco-Cynic Unplugged Her Fridge, Sold Her Car, and Found Love in 366 Days. Vanessa Farquharson.

Sleeping Naked Is Green: How an Eco-Cynic Unplugged Her Fridge, Sold Her Car, and Found Love in 366 Days

Houghton Mifflin:
New York: 2009
First edition, TPBO, Trade paperback, New,
267 pp.
Cover artwork by: Christopher Moison

I like this woman and I like what she’s done. She’s not a freak. She’s not a narrow-minded bozo. She’s an ordinary person concerned about the people who will inherit our planet. Every day for a year, she does something to reduce the size of her carbon footprint. Apparently, Kermit is right: It’s not easy being green. It’s also hard being simultaneously funny, profound, righteous and likable. Farquharson manages. It’s difficult to write a change-the-world kind of book and come off like a groovy girl-next-door. Farquharson manages to do this too. What a swell gal. What a terrific book. #41983

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