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Along the way we’ve met more passionate, inspiring people working hard for a bright green future than we thought possible. People who are taking the ideas covered in our book Worldchanging: A User’s Guide for the 21st Century, putting them into action, and devising new and creative ways to address the problems we face.
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Donate to Worldchanging today to support our vital work of bringing you the latest tools, models, and ideas for building a bright green future. If you donate US$100 or more ($125 outside North America) by Monday, December 18 at 1:00 PM US Eastern time (10 AM Pacific), tell us who you would like to receive a gift copy of our book, and we'll get it to them by the 25th.
Thanks for the shout out. We definitely enjoyed meeting you at not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 events on your NYC tour.
We are doing what we can in New York City and elsewhere to promote ultra-lightweight GaiaSoil for Green Roofs (comprised of gel-coated recycled expanded polystyrene and compost) as the most sustainable way forward to mitigating the urban heat island effect, reducing combined sewer overflow, increasing biodiversity, and simply making cities more pleasant and sustainable...in NYC when all is said and done, we will have a climate similar to that of a temperate rainforest.
You are welcome to visit our little town on the Hudson anytime. Can't wait for World Changing the Book, v2.
I purchased two of your books this holiday season. That represents approximately 25% of our families entire holiday spending. I sent one copy to my Son-in-Law in Denver, and another copy stays at our home in Chattanooga, TN. I can't wait to crack it open tomorrow.