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Sarah Cole
Little Steps Publishing

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The world as we know it has been ravaged by violence and environmental disaster, society has been split into exclusive zones to protect what little is left: divided by Air, Water, Soil and Fire, each zone trades what they can to survive.
Certainly life is difficult, particularly as a fifth zone the Prestige Zone regularly takes what they like to ensure their privileged life continues to thrive.
But when 16 year old Lawlie Pearce's mother is killed, it becomes clear that the tenuous peace between the zones is on the verge of unravelling.
With a thirst for vengeance, Lawlie leaves AirZone to discover the truth and seek justice for her mother. Even if she has to bring down the biggest enemy of all: Sceptre, the leader of the Prestige Zone that dominates the world that is Virozone.

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Your Life Your Planet
What You Can Do Right Now!
Geoff Ebbs
Woodslane Press

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Your Life, Your Planet is the toolkit that you need to nurture yourself — and the environment that nurtures you.
It is full of tips that will help you to reduce your environmental footprint and enjoy a healthier and more satisfying life. A century and more of incredible growth and consumerism has dangerously damaged our environment, and has taught us that we ultimately depend on each other and the natural systems that provide our air, water, food, shelter and clothing.
Unless we take personal responsibility and look after ourselves, each other and the natural world in a balanced and harmonious manner, the situation has little chance of improving. In order to tackle issues such as carbon emissions, our fossil fuel dependency, species loss, plastic and other pollution we need to actively engage with the people and the world around us and address the habitual way we seek convenience and ease. In doing this this, we will not only reduce our environmental footprint but also take the first steps toward converting our homes from centres of rampant consumption to hubs of environmentally-friendly production.


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