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
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
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
"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
About the Author
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.