We know what it's like. Every day you wake up, and it seems like one crisis after another -- evil nemesis here, melting ice caps there, burning rainforests somewhere else. But do you quit? No! You get up, put on the costume, and head out for another day of doing your best to change the world.
But here's the thing: you cannot do it alone. None of us can. That's why there's Worldchanging.
The Worldchanging community helps you make sense of the planetary problems we face, from rogue asteroids to rogue oil companies, and we bring you up to date on the latest, most interesting tools for solving those problems. The essays, interviews and blog posts we deliver arm superheroes like you with the solutions and innovations you need to make an even bigger difference. Whether your job is rescuing mankind from robots or changing company strategy, untying heroines from railroad tracks or practicing sustainable design, we're here because you're here, and together we can stand up against all odds and fight the forces of evil.
Now we need you. Worldchanging may look like an imposing ice fortress on the outside, but really we're a small non-profit, and we depend in part on donations to be able to do our job. Although times are tough, there has never been a better time to support our small organization that works to make big change.
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Top image: Transitman Awaits a Train, photo by Helen Lessick. All photos courtesy of Christian French.
You guys are doing great! I'll definitely be donating. Keep doing the good work.
I already bought the book (a whole tenner that cost me!), but I'll be making a donation. This is a great website, and you guys are doing good work.
Quick question, though - what's your opinion of the UK Transition Town movement? I haven't seen anything on it on the website, and it's not in the index of the book...
I'm investigating Transition Towns as something to put my time and effort into, and I'd be interested to read some more on it here.
Hmm... tried to donate but it didn't work. Do you take donations from outside the US?
Oh well. I'll just have to buy an extra copy of Worldchanging for someone.
I am happy to donate, which I see as my small way of giving back to the Worldchanging team for their tireless efforts in promoting positive solutions to the challenging issues we face.
Didn't work from the UK either