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Although twentysomethings are faced with environmental and humanitarian issues on a scope never seen before, the timing is perfect to take action and make a difference! Environmental advocate Libuse Binder introduces Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties (Nov. 2009; $14.99 U.S), an inspiring collection of new ideas, resources and innovative twists on proven strategies that will help millenials tackle today's toughest issues.
Aimed at twentysomethings interested in making a difference, Ten Ways will tap into the potential of this energetic, influential generation of leaders by proving that every action, big and small, makes a difference.
(Kelly McNair Got 2 Be Green Blog 2009-10-30)
If you don't already have a green book full of ideas, or you're looking for something with fresh ideas and practical steps to achieving them, then this book is a great resource. (Joel Life Goggles 2009-11-09)
10 Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties gives you ideas for all sorts of ways in which you can take a positive step towards making a difference. While the book focuses on those in their twenties, most of the suggestions could be acted upon by someone of any age. (MissMalaProp.com 2009-11-09)
"10 Ways to Change the World in Your 20s" is a brand-new guide that's about to rock your socks if you're hoping to make "green" your new game. (Earth911.com 2009-11-10)
Libuse Binder is a freelance writer, teacher, and blogger for Weekly Way and Earth 911. Formerly in film production, Binder is now focused on energizing the next generation of adults for a life of activism and engagement in the issues that matter most today. Her passions include the environment, volunteerism, public policy, and social networking technology.See all Editorial Reviews
After graduation I started to pursue a career in sustainable business. I knew that I would have to practice what I would preach, but didn't know where to start. Read morePublished on February 1, 2011 by Hallette
Libuse Binder's book is information-packed & engaging to read. Her passion for contributing to her immediate world in a way that creates a more positive environment both long-term... Read morePublished on May 2, 2010 by Susanna
When I picked up this book, I wasn't sure what to expect. I was certainly well past the age of the demographic target group, however, I found it a wonderful introduction into... Read morePublished on February 10, 2010 by Bruce A. Uydess
While I feel like I've read a lot of the information presented here in various forms before, it's nice to see it all compiled together and presented in a series of action steps... Read morePublished on January 2, 2010 by Mallory