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365 Ways To Save The Planet

New book by Georgina Wilson-Powell shares 365 easy, trackable changes to help you step up your sustainability and unlock your full eco potential 
365 ways to save the planet

What if sustainability didn’t have to be so complicated?

365 Ways to Save the Planet, available from 09 March 2023, cuts through the noise and explains exactly how to live a ‘greener’ lifestyle day by day.

With its approachable ideas and achievable daily actions, anyone can up their sustainability score with this bible. 

Low-effort, high-impact changes

Eco warrior Georgina Wilson-Powell breaks down the significance of environmental statistics for issues big and small, and quantifies the difference low-effort, high-impact changes can make.

In her one-year programme, each day pairs a realistic goal with a simple ‘save the Earth’ action for an individual to apply at home or work.

With helpful statistics to guide you, you can track your progress and reflect positively on the impact you are having on the environment over the course of a full year. 

With a guide that enables you to learn how to break previous habits and shift your mindset, being green has never been easier.

If you want to make a difference but don’t know where to begin, simply turn the page to start with day one. 

Georgina Wilson-Powell

Having founded and run sustainable lifestyle magazine pebble for the last five years, author and editor Georgina is now a sought-after consultant, ambassador and advisor on sustainable trends, brands and comms.

She is working with a range of startups, PR firms and media agencies to help sustainable stories cut through and raise awareness of the urgency of the climate crisis.

She is also programme director at The Sustainable Show for 2023, and has been giving talks and workshops on sustainable – living both in person and online – since 2018.

Georgina moderates panels and is a regular podcast guest on green issues. She has already published two books; 365 Ways To Save The Planet is her third.

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