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A Guide to Being Sustainable at Home and in Life"Gittemarie is creator that not only provides helpful tips on living a zero-waste and vegan lifestyle, but also articulates it in way that is approachable." -Jhanneu Roberts (@Jhanneu) #1 New Release in Upcycling & Repurposing Reshape your conventional habits, purchases, and recipes with these simple yet effective zero-waste alternatives! Eco-friendly living made simple. As a lifestyle guide and an introduction to sustainable living, Sustainable Badass shows you why and how to minimize your consumption while effortlessly making your habits greener. Each page has practical tips, tools and important facts about plastic pollution, overconsumption, and the climate crisis. From small changes such as pre-cycling and purchasing items with minimum to no packaging, to eliminating plastic entirely; this book empowers you to be a sustainable badass by making effortless planet-positive choices in your everyday life. Know the cause, be the change. Gittemarie Johansen, sustainability blogger and speaker, teaches you the way to a greener, more simple and happier life by implementing self sustainable living principles, all while putting the power into your hands as the consumer to speak up and demand change for our planet. Be sustainable at home.Sustainable Badass encourages you with some effortless principles on the best sustainable home goods. Enjoy this holistic and accessible approach to creating a self sustainable home and lifestyle, that is easy to implement, and fundamental to saving our planet. Inside, you'll find: A guide to being intentionally sustainable at home Effortless and intentional steps to withdraw from consumerism All the knowledge you need to live a sustainable life at home and with others If you liked Simply Living Well, Live Green, or Attainable Sustainable, you'll love Sustainable Badass.
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"Gittemarie is a one-of-a-kind creator and a much needed voice in the movement. Her attention to detail and level of research is a true testament not only to the quality of her work, but to the intensity with which she takes on the waste crisis. A much respected and positive force!" -Immy Lucas (@Sustainably_Vegan) "Gittemarie is creator that not only provides helpful tips on living a zero-waste and vegan lifestyle, but also articulates it in way that is approachable." -Jhanneu Roberts (@Jhanneu) "Gittemarie provides extensive amounts of accessible eco-friendly tips and education for those entering a sustainability lifestyle. With themed recipes and fun humor, Gittemarie is paving the way for sustainable futures." -Isaias Hernandez (@QueerBrownVegan) "Sustainable Badass is enlightening and entertaining! It'll have you reaching for your reusable bags and turning that eco-guilt into action." -Kathryn Kellogg (@going.zero.waste), author of 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste "Gittemarie has been an inspiration to me for years! She's always prepared to address a given environmental concern with an educated perspective and provide solutions to her audience. Not to mention her style, which makes her my personal favorite eco-fashionista."-Shelbi Orme (@shelbizleee)
In 2015, Gittemarie Johansen replaced fashion week, impulse buying, big steaks, and package holidays with a sustainable and plastic-free lifestyle. Since then, she has made a living by passing on sustainable tips and principles to people of all ages in both her home country and overseas. Gittemarie's passion for sustainability is built on her own experiences, not as an expert of commutation, but as an average consumer herself. This is her very first book.
Preface Chapter 1 - The Plastic Problem This Is How Plastic Is Made Microplastic Garbage Islands What Are We Doing About It? Chapter 2 - Recycling: A Waste Management Guide How Is Plastic Recycled? What about bioplastic? How is Organic Waste Recycled? How Is Glass Recycled? How Is Paper Recycled? How Is Metal Recycled? What about Return Systems? Chapter 3 - Zero-Waste Living: Going Green How I Got Started Beginner's Guide You Cannot Buy Your Way Out of the Climate Crisis How do you avoid greenwashing? Chapter 4 - The Plastic You Cannot Avoid Chapter 5 - A Zero-Waste Household Homemade Cleaning Supplies Dish soap Brushes and cloths Toilet paper Alternatives to Foil and Film Recipe for Toilet Tabs Laundry Compost Guide Worm compost What is compostable? What is not compostable? Chapter 6 - Electronics E-waste and Disposal Pre-loved Gadgets Planned Obsolescence and Repairs Data Storage and Streaming Chapter 7 - Clothing What Is Fast Fashion? How to Spot the Sustainable Brands Do they have actual certificates to back up their claims? Is the supply chain transparent? Is there a consistency between the price and the product? Can you get in touch with the brand? Kicking the Habit of Fast Fashion Second-hand and Clothing Swaps Gittemary's guide to thrift shops Clothing swaps and second-hand apps Repairs and Maintenance Tips for the Minimalist Wardrobe Fashion Mentality and Designer Labels Materials and Textiles What Are the Most Sustainable Materials? Chapter 8 - Food and Grocery Shopping Animal Agriculture Imported Feed Zero-Waste Meat? What about White Meat and Fish? Facts about bottom trawling What Should We Eat Instead? Commonly heard statements about animal products and some solutions: Sustainable Lunches Wax wrap Lunch box Glass jars Canvas bags Water bottles and canteens Cutlery Your own box for salads Snacks Bringing Your Own Container: A Guide to Politeness Chapter 9 - Kitchen Guide Useful and Plastic-free Ingredients to Have in the Kitchen Seasonal Greens Food Storage In and out of the fridge The freezer Food Waste Conventional Supermarkets My Favorite Recipes Birthday buns Burger buns Vegan meringue Carrot cake Homemade oat milk Green ravioli with nut filling Plant Based pasta carbonara Mac 'n' tease Pasta salad with curry dressing Beet Wellington Problems with Popular Plants Chapter 10 - Zero-Waste On the Go Make Your Own Zero-Waste Kit Sustainable Vacations Great vacations without planes Buying green while on vacation Chapter 11 - Waste-free for Parties and Holidays Gifts The homemade The preloved The experience Gift Wrapping Do like grandma Refuse gift wrapping Use what you already have Chapter 12 - Plastic-free Care Products Oral Hygiene Shaving Soap Guide A solid soap tip Periods DIY Makeup and Beauty Tips Homemade body lotion Homemade setting powder Homemade concealer Homemade blush Homemade lip tint Homemade eyebrow tint/eye shadow Homemade mascara Easy face mask Charcoal mask Products that You Might Want to Phase Out or Stop Buying Right Away Chapter 13 - I am Super Green: What Now? Chapter 14 - Guilt Does Not Plant Trees Register Works Cited & Sources Special Thank You's About the Author