Colin Beavan





Colin Beavan

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Hi friends. I wanted to invited you to join me in the continued conversation about how to have a life that is good for ourselves and our world over at Colinbeavan.com(click here to sign up for updates and the newsletter).


This site, NoImpactMan.com, will remain as a sort of museum and continued resource.


Way back in 2007, I launched the No Impact Man project to try to help attract wider public at...

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“At what age did I start to think that where I was going was more important than where I already was? When was it that I began to believe that the most important thing about what I was doing was getting it over with? Knowing how to live is not something we have to teach children. Knowing how to live is something we have to be careful not to take away from them.”
Colin Beavan, No Impact Man

“We can all change the people around us by changing ourselves.”
Colin Beavan, No Impact Man



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