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Change The World For Ten Bucks

Author : We Are What We Do
ISBN : 9780811871624
Genre : Nature
File Size : 45. 28 MB
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In 2004, a London-based community organization called We Are What We Do launched with the publication of a little book with a big idea: 50 simple actions to make the world a better place. Since then, Change the World for Ten Bucks has spawned a movement, multiple editions, and sales of over one million copies internationally. At last, here's the U.S. edition. Change the World for Ten Bucks delights and engages at every turn. It includes a postcard to send to someone who inspires you, two pages stuck together (don't throw your gum in the street!), tear-out tabs to make introductions to the neighbors, and dozens of other creative prompts for positive change.

Change The World For Ten Bucks

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ISBN : 1740663438
Genre : Community development
File Size : 32. 13 MB
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This book contains 50 simple everyday actions that are easy for anyone to do. And if enough of us actually do them, we really will change the world. With contributions from accross Australia, this book shows how a single person can truly make a difference.

31 Ways To Change The World

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ISBN : 9780763645069
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This book contains 31 suggestions and activities that kids can do that help the environment and other people.

Thirty One Ways To Change The World

Author : We are What We Do Staff
ISBN : 1406327808
Genre : Community development
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Children's sequel to the acclaimed and best-selling 'Change the World for a Ten Bucks', from the social change movement 'We Are What We Do' 'We Are What We Do' are a movement whose aim is to inspire people - in this case, children - to use their everyday actions to change the world. Their maxim is: small actions x lots of people = big change. It's not rocket science but it does work! The actions in the book - including one brand new knitting action - are fun and easy for children to do but add up to making a big difference. It gives children the responsibility for changing the world, one bit at a time. Ideal for children from 8-10 years old, featuring some famous faces including Where's Wally?, Anthony Horowitz and teen cook Sam Stern. Provides children with a simple "way in" to some of the biggest issues we are all facing and provide a means for them to make an immediate and positive contribution

Change The World Nine To Five

Author : Steve Henry
ISBN : 1740665295
Genre : Conduct of life
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Imagines the best possible working environment - the best way to spend our 9-5 - not just to change the world but to also make everyone happier. This book is full of simple, everday actions that almost anyone can do during the working day, and gives inspiring and practical tips on how to change your world.

The Virtuous Consumer

Author : Leslie Garrett
ISBN : 1577318102
Genre : Nature
File Size : 51. 24 MB
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Sure, there are people who chain themselves to old-growth trees, raise their one child diaper-free, and make their own soap. The Virtuous Consumer is for the rest of us, struggling to make choices that are better for the planet — and for us. Leslie Garrett has created a comprehensive reference guide that — like a smart, funny, and eco-conscious friend — will steer you toward ethical purchases for everything from lipstick to cars, kids' toys to a new mattress. The Virtuous Consumer is your key to shopping consciously and creating a simpler, greener lifestyle.


Author : Kelly Weinersmith
ISBN : 9783446257825
Genre : Science
File Size : 40. 82 MB
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Zach Weinersmith ist mit seinem Blog „Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal“ einer der großen Pop-Science-Cartoonisten im Netz. Jetzt haben er und seine Frau Kelly ein Buch über zehn vielversprechende Zukunftstechnologien geschrieben, die unsere Welt schon bald zu einem besseren Ort machen könnten ... wenn alles gut geht. Wieso Häuser bauen, wenn man sie auch drucken könnte? Warum holen wir unsere Rohstoffe nicht einfach vom nächstgelegenen Asteroiden? Und wäre ein Lift ins All nicht praktisch? Klingt verrückt, aber wir leben in einer Zeit, in der all das Realität werden könnte – BALD! Geniale, faszinierende und hochkomische Lektüre für alle, die wissen möchten, was die Zukunft an Großartigem bringt.


Author : Nancy Cimei
ISBN : 9781434389084
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 68. 99 MB
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Author : Peter H. Diamandis
ISBN : 9783864703256
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 86. 23 MB
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Wenn zwei New York Times-Bestsellerautoren für ihr neuestes Werk unter anderem auf Erkenntnisse von Larry Page, Elon Musk, Richard Branson und Jeff Bezos zurückgreifen, dann kommt heraus: ein radikales Manifest, wie exponentiell denkende Unternehmer in den nächsten Jahren die Welt erändern werden. Peter Diamandis und Steven Kotler untersuchen die Technologien, die aktuell ganze Industrien umwälzen und den Weg eines Gründers von 'Ich habe eine Idee' zu 'Ich führe ein Milliardenunternehmen' so kurz wie nie zuvor gemacht haben. Sie geben tiefe Einblicke in die Welt von 3D-Druck, künstlicher Intelligenz, Robotern, intelligenten Netzen und synthetischer Biologie. Sie zeigen, wie man millionenschwere Crowdfunding-Kampagnen lostritt und erfolgreiche Communities gründet. 'Bold' ist Manifest und Ratgeber gleichermaßen. Es ist unverzichtbar für moderne Unternehmer, die disruptive Technologien und die unglaubliche Macht der Crowd nutzen wollen.

The Ethical Butcher

Author : Berlin Reed
ISBN : 9781593765569
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 21. 6 MB
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America is in the midst of a meat zeitgeist. Butchers have emerged as the rock stars of the culinary world, and cozy gastropubs serving up pork belly, lamb burgers, and sweetbreads rule the restaurant scene. In New York, the humble meatball enjoys entrée status from upscale Gramercy Tavern to newcomer The Meatball Shop. Across the country in San Francisco, savvy chefs flock to hip meat markets like The Fatted Calf. If butchers are our new rock stars, then Berlin Reed is their front man. Berlin Reed is “The Ethical Butcher,” a former self-described militant vegan punk who grudgingly took a job as a butcher's apprentice in Brooklyn when he could find no other work. Shockingly, he fell in love with the art of butchering, and a food revolution was born. Along the way he saw how corporate greed, unsustainable food practices, and outright misinformation gave birth to such falsities as the USDA label ‘organic’ and the conglomerate of eco-friendly supermarkets. Most people, even those that try to be healthy and green, are not really eating what they think they are eating. The Ethical Butcher will shine a light on these untruths and show a better way towards food justice and the sustainable living of a mindful omnivore. Through the lens of Berlin's personal story, The Ethical Butcher educates readers about how they can improve the meat industry by participating in it. It's a memoir in cuts – and Berlin's return to eating meat illustrates for readers and foodies alike how they can change the meat industry by making better choices.

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