A Sustainability Guide for Everyday Folk With Methodologies and Suggestions

This is a fairly large update to "Sage's Guide To Sustainability (radical and conventional)."

A Sustainability Guide for Everyday Folk
With Methodologies and Suggestions

Redistribute and Alter Freely
Written December 2010 By Sage, Updated January 14, 2011

*Note that 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 Citations and comprehensive research were neglected, thus some information may be outdated, uncertain, or incomplete.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 site Tree Hugger and many individual web searches for specific pieces of data.

I - Transportation
II - Free Things
III - Purchasing
IV - Hygiene and Cleaning
V - Food
VI - Waste
VII - Physical and Mental Well-Being
VIII - False Advertising
IX - Ideological
X - Energy Saving
XI - Water
XII - Relationships and Parenting
XIII - Community Living
XIV - Non-Humans and Pets
XV – Arts and Crafting
XVI - Participating

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