“There are no such things as great deeds—only small ones done with great heart.”
– Mother Teresa
Trying to live more sustainably is something every person on this planet needs to think about – especially those who can afford to buy smart phones, use electricity and buy food from a supermarket.
Ken Kroes has created a guide to more sustainable living which contains facts, tips and links to companies and websites that can help anyone on their path to better living.
There is a bit of reading do in this guide but with an easy to understand contents page, you can skip to the sections you like and find information that is practical and quick to embed into your lifestyle.
Perhaps some images would make this book more appealing to readers but overall I think it is a great guide for anyone who wants to start to make a difference.
You can learn the impact your smartphone has on the world when it is made and after you have finished using it, learn how to motivate others through good facts and information and of course how to educate the children in your life.
By talking to the children in your life we create a ripple effect in the wider community and give them the tools to be leaders of change in society.
Feasible planet is a great guide for anyone – even those who don’t want to make a difference – as I am sure by the end you will see that those small changes you can make will make a huge difference in the way the world currently functions – for the better.