Competition: win one of three copies of The Secret Life of Stuff
The Ecologist has teamed up Random House and Vintage Books to give you a chance to win one of three copies of The Secret Life of Stuff by Julie Hill
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
All you have to do* is:
1. Complete the form to the right
2. Answer the question correctly
You will then be entered in to a draw to win one of three copies of The Secret Life of Stuff.
Entries will be accepted until Noon (GMT) on 4th Feburary, 2011 and winners will be emailed on the same day. Please note that if we have not heard from you within 3 weeks of the closing date, we will draw another winner.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please note we will only contact you if you are a winner.
Your details will only be used for the purposes of this competition unless you indicate otherwise.
* This competition is only open to residents of the UK.
The Secret Life of Stuff
How we use the earth’s resources – whether a slice of bread or a cargo ship, a cotton shirt or a nuclear reactor – effects our environment. In The Secret Life of Stuff Julie Hill takes a journey through everything around us and how we use it. She uncovers the true origin and cost of stuff and, while her inventory will shock, it is the first step towards overcoming waste. Over-consumption is not your fault, but it is not something you can ignore either. Hill shows how politicians, business people and we, as consumers and citizens, together can create a new, and better, material world.
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