The Green Revolution

An Illustrated Guide to Green Living

By Norman Nadeau
(Hatherleigh Press, Paperback, 9781578264032, 144pp.)

Publication Date: October 25, 2011

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Ever Wonder What A Green Renewable Sustainable World Would Look Like?

With the state of our world and its limited resources, more and more people are trying to lead a greener lifestyle in order to do their part. The Green Revolution provides comprehensive information associated with adopting daily practices that will ultimately sustain, not deplete, precious natural materials in an ever-growing population.

Renewable energy expert Norman Nadeau leads by example as he details how he has committed his life to living green. From the application of solar and wind turbine technology, to recovering energy embedded in places one may not expect (such as animals’ manure), The Green Revolution highlights the highly sustainable system Norman Nadeau developed for his family farm.

The Green Revolution serves as a broad introduction for those who want to conserve rather than squander. At this very important turning point in our planet’s history, this book offers the principles by which anyone can live in the most sustainable way possible.




About the Author

Norman A. Nadeau is a renewable energy expert whose concern about our limited natural resources has driven him to “live green”. He has studied at many of the leading institutions in America and has accumulated over 3,000 hours of study in renewable and sustainable energy, as well as food production. As a visionary, Nadeau formed Project FEEDS (Friendly Environmental Energy Dependent Systems) to promote the green lifestyle. He resides in Connecticut with his family. For more information on Norman’s organization Project FEEDS, visit www.projectfeeds.info.

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