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How to Save the World by Recycling Your Sex Toys

How to Save the World by Recycling Your Sex Toys

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By (author) Noel O'Hare

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  • Publisher: New Holland Publishers (New Zealand) Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 112 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 170mm x 9mm | 162g
  • Publication date: 2 October 2009
  • Publication City/Country: Birkenhead
  • ISBN 10: 1869662660
  • ISBN 13: 9781869662660
  • Illustrations note: illustrations
  • Sales rank: 1,854,487

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Earth worship has replaced Christianity as the new religion in many Western countries. People now worry about their carbon footprint in the same way previous generations worried about their immortal souls. And like anything else that encourages people to become too earnest, the eco movement has set itself up as a prime target for lampoonery, hence this book! How to Save the World ...is a fierce and funny satire on green worriers. 'Agony aunt' letters from concerned citizens of the environment pitch a host of bizarre and deliciously cheeky questions about how they might become more environmentally friendly. Resident eco-warrior 'Dr Green' offers suitably non-PC replies that use real-life examples of eco-daftness. A typical question: 'My partner has IBS and farts a lot. Is he contributing to global warming and how can he reduce his emissions?'

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Noel O'Hare is a Wellington journalist who has been writing about health issues for over 20 years. His work has been recognised with numerous awards including the Qantas Media Awards Senior Feature Writer of the Year. He is best known for his writing in the New Zealand Listener, but has also contributed to publications such as the UK Guardian. He is the author of one previous book: Think Before You Swallow, which offers many alarming truths about the medical and healthcare industries.