January 10th, 2012 by admin
May 10th, 2011 by admin
Ebooks are all the rage lately and The Next Eco-Warriors has found its way onto the digital pages of the ebook world. You can now purchase a cheaper and eco-sound version of The Next Eco-Warriors where all ebooks are sold, here’s where:
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May 10th, 2011 by admin
By Yvonne Bambrick
The Next Eco Warriors is a powerful collection of first person accounts of environmental struggles being fought by young activists from around the globe. Although they vary widely in focus, strategy and outcome – from oceans, to mining, to deforestation – the central theme concerns every living being on Earth. There is a very real fight happening right now to save an angry and dying planet before it’s too late.
April 5th, 2011 by admin
What inspired you to write this book?
Young people. In my own travels, I’ve meet so many inspiring young people over the years doing extraordinary acts of change. Their incredible stories fueled me in my own sense of activism and purpose. But later I came to decide that these stories needed to be shared with a greater audience, because I feel they will ignite others as they have ignited me.
March 21st, 2011 by Emily
People tell me the “green fad” is dead. It’s no longer the hot news story in the media, after the failure of the Copenhagen Climate Summit. Well, they’re wrong. The movement may be struggling to get airtime, but it’s not dead. Every day I hear of stories of heroism, victories and the continued struggles of individuals around the world who are sparking meaningful change for this planet, its inhabitants and us.
Just a few weeks ago, climate activist Tim DeChristopher inspired the climate movement to take the next step in civil disobedience. After convicted by a Utah judge for derailing an illegal land auction by the oil and gas industry, he’s leading by example and galvanizing his movement to take risks…
March 13th, 2011 by admin
If we need proof that young people are neither apathetic nor in what is going on around the world, here we have it.
If anything, judging from the voices in this collection, young people around the world are passionately committed to counteracting the problems created by the powerful few who have squandered and destroyed much of the earth’s bounty.
Their voices need to be heard since their very commitment might just save the planet.
March 5th, 2011 by Emily
My generation faces one of the most challenging times ahead. The decisions we make in our lives can alter the world as we know and the survival of human kind. It is a stark reality that we must regulate and decrease greenhouse gases in our atmosphere within the next 10-20 years, otherwise in our lifetime we will have launched the nuclear bomb of runaway climate change. Read the rest of this entry »
March 1st, 2011 by admin
Hannah Fraser’s resume lists her occupation as “mermaid.” Benjamin Potts’ says, “eco-pirate.” Whitney Black dons a “SurvivaBall” costume to go to work, while Wietse van der Werf is a bona fide “Mischief Maker.” Meet the new faces of eco-activism. Long gone are the homemade placards and rhyming chants shouted by protest-line picketers. In today’s YouTube, 24/7-cable-news-channel world, messages have to be bold, dramatic—and persuasive. Read the rest of this entry »