worldchangingThe new Worldchanging tome contains over 600 pages of innovations and emerging solutions for building a sustainable planet in the 21st century. It has been written by a collective of leading eco-writers including a chapter from Jill of the great Inhabitat blog. Each chapter offers readers new answers to questions like "Why does buying locally produced food make sense?" and "What steps can I take to influence my workplace toward sustainability?"

The new Worldchanging tome contains over 600 pages of innovations and emerging solutions for building a sustainable planet in the 21st century. It has been written by a collective of leading eco-writers including a chapter from Jill of the great Inhabitat blog. Each chapter offers readers new answers to questions like "Why does buying locally produced food make sense?" and "What steps can I take to influence my workplace toward sustainability?". The blurb at Amazon reads:

Worldchanging is poised to be the Whole Earth Catalog for this millennium. Written by leading new thinkers who believe that the means for building a better future lie all around us, Worldchanging is packed with the information, resources, reviews, and ideas that give readers the tools they need to make a difference. Brought together by Alex Steffen, co-founder of the popular and award-winning web site Worldchanging.com, this team of top-notch writers includes Cameron Sinclair, founder of Architecture for Humanity, Geekcorps founder Ethan Zuckerman, sustainable food expert Anna Lappé, and many others. Renowned designer Stefan Sagmeister brings his extraordinary talents to Worldchanging, resulting in a book that will challenge readers to personally redefine the conversation about the future. How do I volunteer, advocate, and give more effectively?

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