Josh Dorfman is one smart guy. And he is pretty lucky, too.
His first book, The Lazy Environmentalist, was published in 2007. It told regular people how they could save the environment, go green and soothe their conscience with a modicum of effort. It was a success, so he embarked on a second, The Lazy Environmentalist on a Budget.
This is where the luck came in. I’m guessing that when he started the second book, the economy wasn’t quite in the tank the way it is now. Well, he wound up writing and organizing a volume of information that gets to the heart of the green movement and published it at a perfect time, when saving the environment and saving dough are high on an awful lot of our lists.