Imagine It!: A Handbook for a Happier Planet (Paperback)
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An inspirational, accessible, and actionable guide for empowering and inspiring you to take concrete steps towards living more sustainably.
“An excellent how-to guide [and] a great read for everyone from the socially conscious family to the most ardent climate activist.”—Former Vice President Al Gore
Imagine It! is a handbook for those who want to begin or advance a journey toward living in better balance with our planet. It inspires, supports, and offers easy ways to replace old, planet-hurting habits with new healthy ones.
In Imagine It!, the documentary filmmakers behind Writing on the Wall, Fed Up, The Biggest Little Farm, The Social Dilemma, and the Academy Award–winning An Inconvenient Truth highlight the need to change some of our food, clothing, and transportation habits and meaningfully lower our use of plastic, paper, water, and harmful chemicals. They call the changes in these areas lifestyle shifts, and there is a chapter devoted to each one of them in the book. Each begins with a short story on the shift being explored, and then provides clear steps for replacing old habits with new ones to create lasting change.
Laurie David and Heather Reisman are no strangers to exposing hard truths and helping audiences understand their part in bringing about change. They know a cleaner, healthier world is ours for the taking—and to start, we just have to Imagine It!
About the Author
Heather Reisman is an entrepreneur, documentary filmmaker, and philanthropist. She is the founder and CEO of Indigo and the chair and founder of the Indigo Love of Reading Foundation and the Canadian Children’s Literacy Foundation. She is the executive producer of Writing on the Wall, Fed Up, and The Social Dilemma.
Laurie David is a producer, author, and environmental advocate. She has written two cookbooks and a children’s book on global warming, which has been published in ten languages, and she has executive produced the documentaries Fed Up, The Biggest Little Farm, The Social Dilemma, and the Academy Award–winning An Inconvenient Truth.