This book provides a step-by-step guide to going green by the UK's leading eco auditor. It explains why going green matters and how to get started, including tips on identifying and overcoming bad habits and coping with feeling overwhelmed. The book breaks eco living down into easily managed chunks including how to change your water usage habits, how to saying goodbye to your rubbish mountain, what you can do to help save and protect your natural environment, green cleaning principles and how to motivate your family, friends and colleagues. With advice on principles to follow both at home and at work and featuring case studies of the people and businesses Donnachadh has eco-audited, this is the one-stop eco guide everyone must own.
Donnachadh McCarthy is an environmental auditor for small and medium-sized businesses and organizations and a green lifestyle coach. He appears frequently on radio and TV, having appeared on both the BBC's 'It's Not Easy Being Green' program and ITV's 'How Green is Your House'. His first book Saving the Planet Without Costing the Earth was published in 2004. His two-up, two-down terrace house in Peckham, south London has solar heating, photovoltaic electricity, a catalytic converter gas fire and a rain harvester and windmill.