We spend some more time this week with the book, Do One Green Thing. There’s a whole section in the book on prepared foods, packaged foods, and the engmatic labelling used thereto. I think I finally understand it… maybe. And if I don’t, it’s ok. I have *my* copy of the book… do you have yours?

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What are some of the things I’m actively doing to make the little changes in my consumption around me? I’ll share with you how I’m cutting power usage and working to reduce my carbon footprint because of the travelling I’m doing. Listen in, and then let me know what you’re doing… or what you think we should all be trying next.

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Another session with the book, Do One Green Thing. Tonight we talk about Produce, organic and local… or organic or local… Mindy has some useful hints and reasons to try out those two types of produce that we haven’t talked about in the past. Listen in, and you can find out what some of them are.

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And we’ll take our first break from the Do One Green Thing book. Sure, we just got started, but I like to let y’all know what’s going on with me… because this may be the only time we get to talk :) I’m gonna let you guys know what’s gone on with some recent fun things I did, and what some of your fellow listeners are up to. Check it out.

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On to the first section I’d like to talk about with the book, Do One Green Thing. We’ve talked about using water bottles in the past, yet reading Mindy Pennybacker’s book showed me a couple of salient points I’ve missed in my reading. Do you want to know what those points are? Why not listen in… I’m enjoying this book so far. Enough to highlight parts of them and share them with you guys.

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It’s time to start the review of the book, Do One Green Thing. Tonight I’m gonna give you some background about why we’re going to trust this particular author… and what I’m hoping to achieve with this long book report. I’m also going to give you guys a new way to let me know what you’re thinking. Shout out to Kreg Steppe and Chuck Tomasi of Technorama for the idea…

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Well, this week, I’ve spent some time in the place where I learn some new stuff, the book store. I bought myself a copy of a Do One Green Thing by Mindy Pennybacker I’ll use for the next few weeks. If you’ve got a favourite book, website, conference, or other source of info, let me know. As always, I’ll freely admit that I don’t know everything.

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