Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic
  • Living without plastic

Living without plastic

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Ecological tools at our fingertips

Plastic is now omnipresent. We are all familiar with those spectacular images of tons of waste floating in the sea or bird carcasses with their bellies full of plastic. Microscopic particles are also found where we least expect them: in the deep sea, on the highest mountain peaks, throughout the food chain... and even in our own bodies. Commonly used in a multitude of packaging and everyday products, most plastics can release chemicals and persist in the environment for a very long time. To mitigate the effects of this toxic and polluting material, recycling is often touted as a solution, although it is more of a mirage.

What if we tackled the problem at its source? What if we became the main characters in our consumption habits? The abundance of plastic particles suffocating nature and jeopardizing our health is such that we cannot completely eradicate them. What we can do, however, is slow down the influx of new plastic into our lives, as advocated by the authors of this guide, who provide us with all the tools to achieve this.

This informative book helps us better understand the different types of plastics and their short- and long-term dangers. "Living Without Plastic" is also a real toolbox to help us eliminate plastic from our daily lives. Chantal Plamondon and Jay Sinha show us how to analyze our personal plastic use and provide ideas for safe, reusable, and affordable alternatives, confirming that our personal choices represent a powerful force for change.

Illustrations by Elodie Duhameau

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Feuille de données

Consumption / Ecology
Publication date
Number of pages
240 pages
Length (cm)
21.6 cm
Width (cm)
21.6 cm
Thickness (cm)
1.5 cm
530 gr (grams)

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