365 Ways to Change the World is the ultimate answer for anyone who has ever asked ‘how can I make a difference?’
This ingenious handbook by Michael Norton shows how the smallest actions can impact on your local community and the wider world. Packed with ideas, and facts from leading campaign organisations, it suggests one action for every day of the year.
Most inspiring, and the range of information on offer is outstanding.
365 ways to help answer the question 'What can I do?' that dogs us all... chock full of resources and inspiring examples to help get you started. Apathy is boring. So what are you waiting for?
We can be optimists and still take responsibility; we can retain our sense of humour and still be empowered. It's the perfect book either to read on your own or with your children to inspire social activism for the whole family.
An idea generating machine, and with one dip into the book you will find yourself motivated to make responsible educated changes to your own life... and to the world.
Humorous day-to-day guide to becoming a fully fledged tree-hugger.
Life-improving... a sound manual.
Easy ways to save the world, from naked cycling to making your own cola. Can one person really make a difference in a year? The answer, says Michael Norton, is a resounding 'Yes'. The ex-banker turned environmental campaigner tells how in his bestseller 365 Ways to Save the World.
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The ultimate answer for anyone who has ever asked 'how can I make a difference?', this ingenious handbook shows how the smallest actions can impact on your local community and the wider world. Packed with ideas, and facts from leading campaign organisations, it suggests one action for every day of the year. I hope the book does really well. I can't think of another person who could dream up so many ideas – it's a great antidote to the cynicism of the chattering classes.
By far the most enticing and informative book... I finally stopped being a cynic.
If you want to make a difference then I can do no better than to recommend this book.
He's a one-man 'ideas factory' whose new book suggests some whacky ways in which, with a little bit of effort, people really can change the world for the better.