One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet
The climate crisis and its resulting eco-anxiety is the biggest challenge of our time. The anxiety that comes with worrying about how environmental harm will impact our--and our children's--lives can be overwhelming. Learn how to balance practicing daily sustainability actions while caring for your own eco-anxiety in this revolutionary book from noted environmentalist Heather White.
In One Green Thing, White shows you how to contribute to the climate movement through self-discovery and self-care. Utilizing the Service Superpower Profile Assessment included in the text, you'll discover how your personality, interests, and strengths can be of service to others and the planet. This book will serve as your guide to:
- Begin a 21-Day Kickstarter Plan that shares specific sustainable actions you can take
- Track your progress with journal prompts and exercises that'll help you measure mental health benefits
- Listen and talk with loved ones about their climate anxiety
- Commit to being an eco-aware individual and inspire your family, friends, and community to work toward a regenerative, sustainable world
Setting the intention each day to take a small step-- a "one green thing" to care for the planet--can help ease your eco-anxiety, push the culture toward climate solutions, and create a sense of joy.
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About the Author
Heather White, the woman Erin Brockovich calls the "Brene Brown of the environmental movement," brings two decades of environmental advocacy work and national nonprofit leadership to life with her joyful and practical book, One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet. The CEO & Founder of the nonprofit OneGreenThing.org, Heather was named "One of the Top 15 Women Leaders in Sustainability" by Green Building & Design Magazine and "100 Women to Watch in Wellness" by mindbodygreen. Her trademark intelligence and accessibility on climate and environmental issues has been featured on CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, Fox News, Dr. Oz, and cited in The Washington Post, New York Times, and The Guardian.
In her book, Heather weaves together research-backed strategies for personal climate action with stories from her childhood in East Tennessee, career in Washington, DC and Yellowstone, and life with her family - including two GenZ daughters - in Bozeman, Montana. Her goal each day - through seminars, leadership training, consulting, social media, and now her book - is to create culture change that will lead to climate policy solutions. She helps individuals tackle the overwhelm of the climate crisis through identity & action. Her Service Superpower is Philanthropist-Wonk.
To learn how you can get involved in the climate movement and find your Service Superpower, visit www.OneGreenThing.org.
Take action via @onegreenthing