How to Unf*ck the Planet a Little Bit Each day



ISBN: 9781922417077 Category:

Jo Stewart


Global warming, plastic pollution, deforestation, species loss and rising inequality got you down? Then take your very valid concerns and channel them into action with this proactive guide to saving the planet, one day at a time.

Small changes in the way we eat, shop, recycle and commute really can change the world. From planting bee-friendly blooms in your backyard, to making your own body scrub from coffee grounds, and investing your spare cash into clean energy programs, there are many ways to lessen your impact on the planet.

By incorporating small changes into your daily life, you – yes you! – can, and will, make the world a better place.

Additional information

Weight 464 g
Dimensions 17.9 x 21.7 cm
Publisher name Smith Street Books
Publication date 1 February 2021
Number of pages 108
Format Hardback
Dimensions 17.9 x 21.7 cm
Weight 464 g


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Jo Stewart is a writer and editor whose words and images have been published in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Saturday Paper, International Traveller, Canadian Geographic, VICE, The Telegraph (UK), Metro (UK) and The Times (UK). From filing stories from a yacht in Antarctica to writing features from a swag in Australia’s Simpson Desert, Jo has worked on expeditions to some of the world’s most isolated, unforgiving places, including Shackleton: Death or Glory, a documentary project screened worldwide on Discovery Channel, SBS and PBS.