One Earth: People of Color Protecting Our Planet

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Price
$24.95  $22.95
Publisher
Orca Book Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
6.0 X 8.5 X 0.7 inches | 1.15 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781459818866

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About the Author

Anuradha Rao is a conservation biologist, writer and facilitator born and raised in the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Nations and currently based in unceded Coast Salish territories. She has worked on research, conservation, restoration, planning and stewardship projects with communities and organizations on the coasts of Canada and in 12 other countries. Her worldview and approach to science are heavily influenced by teachings from her Indian heritage and from Indigenous knowledge holders.

Reviews

"It is refreshing to read of these activists' enthusiasm and determination to change our physical world for the better...This is a good choice to show how anyone can defend our world."--School Library Journal
"Rao shines a light on the too often unacknowledged role played by People of Colour in the green movement. This is a book to be celebrated and shared!"--Elizabeth May, former leader of the Green Party of Canada
"One Earth is so important today because it acknowledges the diversity of our environmental defenders and warriors and reminds us that the environment has no borders. Thank you, Anu, for identifying these amazing eco-champions. Their experience and dedication to making sure the environment is our number one priority is an invaluable gift to Canada and the world."--Winnie Ming Yue Hwo, Senior Public Engagement Specialist, David Suzuki Foundation
★ "Thought-provoking reading for young people figuring out their own contributions. This valuable compilation shows that Earth's salvation lies in the diversity of its people."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review
"An excellent resource that, placed in the hands of a budding environmentalist, will inspire action, whether large or small. An important representation of the contributions made by people of color and Indigenous people--and a beautiful celebration of diversity."--Booklist
★ "The activists' stories are extraordinary...It's a powerful answer to Rao's framing questions: 'Who is an environmental defender? What does she or he look like? Maybe like you. Maybe like me.'"--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"One Earth will challenge assumptions while educating readers...All readers, regardless of ethnic origin, religion and national origin will find some accounts that speak to them."--CM: Canadian Review of Materials
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