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Guarding Eden: Champions of Climate Action

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Guarding Eden tells the personal stories of twelve ordinary people who were so concerned about climate change that they altered their lives to do something about it. Some did quiet backroom work in research, drafted submissions or wrote to politicians; others decided to go public, really public - one was part of the team occupying a 160-metre power-plant chimney, one went ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published 2015 by Allen & Unwin
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Lynne Stringer

Reading this book was a little terrifying. While some people deny climate change, this book makes a compelling case for believing in it. Not only that, but it makes it clear that something must be done now or our planet could suffer extreme consequences within a few decades.Each of the book's chapters contains the story of an ordinary Australian citizen, all from different walks of life, who have one thing in common - a passion for seeing a 100% change to the use of renewable energies NOW, with
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