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Jan 16, 2020
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A Sustainability Guide for Everyday Folk - over 200 suggestions covering health, food, hygiene, art, and more

"[...] this guide was originally written for a single person as a quick brain dump of my collective knowledge of sustainable living in the city, though most information applies to those living in rural areas as well. Citations and comprehensive research were neglected, thus some information may be outdated, uncertain, or incomplete. Further research should be done on any given area. The beginnings of my environmental knowledge began years ago at the website Tree Hugger and many individual...

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