Sleeping Naked is Green...Really? Of Books and Nighties

Former eco-skeptic and struggling convert , Vanessa Farquharson shares her trials and small successes on taming her wasteful ways in Sleeping Naked is Green (published by Wiley in Canada and to be published in the US by Houghton Mifflin in June 2009 it seems).

She offers as a subtitle 'How an Eco-Cynic Unplugged Her Fridge, Sold Her Car, and Found Love in 366 Days', a program by itself and shares her wants, needs, losses, pet peeves on Green Thistle every other day.

Sleeping naked

Bonny Osterhage offers contrarian views in Sleeping Naked is Green but this Lingerie's OK too (Huffington Post, July 2008).

Tamara Warta elaborates on the topic with The Bad Reputation of Nighties and Night Gowns

As long as the cotton is organic, I guess it is OK.

Nightwear, struggles and principles on the menu for Green Day # 62

Related: Clothing That Melts Away: Project 'Wonderland', Green Fashion?

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