Focus on the big decisions if you want to be eco-friendly

Treehugger has a summary of the major points in The Consumer’s Guide to Effective Environmental Choices, by the Union of Concerned Scientists. It is easy to get caught up in small insignificant issues like recycling a single aluminum can, but this book points out that the major life decisions we make, like where to live, have a much larger impact. Lessons here for minimialism in general.

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