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I do a lot of volunteer activism work for climate change and this book really adds effective, values based ways of framing and managing this scary issue.Published 1 month ago by Beverly
I put it down after the first two chapters. Too little meat. I think someone needs to rewrite this book with 1/20th as many words. Read morePublished 6 months ago by sharon geiken
A wonderfully written book - providing more food for thought than I hoped for. Highly recommended.Published 6 months ago by Cayce fan
This is a wonderful book if you are concerned with climate change but feel hopeless and helpless. It helps open up that pot on the back burner and helps us to have our feelings... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christopher J Dumbleton
First, don't jump to conclusions based on the title. If *I* hadn't been part of a reading group that dove into this, I'd have skipped it, expecting some "positive thinking,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Geoff Maciolek
This is a wonderful book about how to cope with the many crises in the world today. It is articulate and thoughtful and gives specific suggestions about how to work with our fear... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joyce Lane
The ideas are illuminating but the book became repetitive and could have been about 30% shorter. Nevertheless, this book contains important ideas that we need right now.Published 10 months ago by Amy S. Vastola