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This book contains interviews with "Gaia Warriors" all over the world who are working in fashion, architecture, conservation, research, the law and food; who are campaigning for people to switch off lights, cycle more, fly less; who are trying to live differently and to change minds - and having fun doing it!

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Product details

  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 197 x 215 x 13mm | 540g
  • Walker Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1406312347
  • 9781406312348
  • 539,955

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Written in a feisty, straight-talking fashion with a magazine-style design, it is bound to draw in even the most reluctant readers The Big Issue The style is simple, the explanations utterly brilliant, illuminating the hard facts as well as the potential solutions from scientists all over the world LoveReading.co.uk This is a book that should feature on every young person's book shelf First News This brilliant book is packed with stories from Gaia Warriors across the globe..doing their bit to protect the planet National Geographic Kids Davies writes beautifully and allows her own sparky personality to shine through the text. School Librarian Featured/reviewed News-Star These portraits are encouraging, and the author focuses on how readers can also step up to make changes in their homes, schools, or neighborhoods. School Library Journal

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About Nicola Davies

Nicola Davies is a zoologist and has produced and presented radio and TV programmes, including The Really Wild Show. Her books for children include Poo (9781844287512), Extreme Animals (9781406305593) and Ice Bear (9781406302059). She lives in Devon. Nicola Davies says, "When I started writing this book I was pretty gloomy. Climate change was big and scary and I didn't think I or anyone else could make a difference. But I'm not gloomy any more. In fact, I'm quite excited because I've started to hear a sound, sometimes like a distant rumble of thunder, sometimes like a raindrop close to my ear. It's the sound of people changing. It's there in all the conversations I had with the people in this book; it's there in all the practical details about insulating houses or designing electric cars; it's there even in all the wrangling of UN climate negotiations. There's a shift happening in people's hearts and minds, not just towards the need to save our skins, but towards a more deeply respectful relationship with the planet that's given us life. It could the sound of our species, finally, growing up."

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