The Lazy Guide to Saving the World is a humorous guide for those looking to save the world in unconventional ways. The book has been sustainably printed on recycled paper, using vegetable ink on a 210mm by 210 mm format ensures there is no paper wastage. The images were created predominantly from objects found lying around the house, including borrowed clothes, fabric offcuts and old paints. The main character is usually featured in the same setting, on the couch in the interest of saving energy.
Tuffy has offered us a few hampers worth R480 that include a copy of the book and a two month supply of green household products like 100% recycled black refuse bags, green garden bags, clear recycling bags, pegs, Fill n Freeze pouches, clingwrap, zipper bags, foil and scented bin liners.
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