We just received a note that Vu1 is featured in the newly released book "Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties" by Libuse Binder.
Ten Ways is an inspiring collection of new ideas, resources and innovative twists that help twenty somethings tackle today’s toughest issues and find their inner activist.
Check out Libuse’s website and Facebook fanpage. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Find Ten Ways on Amazon.com
Or at Barnes and Noble
About the Author:
Libuse Binder’s work has appeared in Earth911, Weekly Way, Fit Yoga, and Worldchanging. Formerly in film production in Los Angeles and a middle school English teacher in New York, she is now focused on energizing the newest generation of adults for a life of engagement in the social and environmental issues that matter most.
Her passions include the environment, sustainable living, volunteerism, public policy, and social networking technology.
Libuse currently lives in Seattle with her husband, where they enjoy exploring the natural beauty that surrounds them.
“What really distinguishes Ten Ways is how Binder presents real world cases of young people creating positive change. These aren’t just ideas—they’re success stories.”
—Ben Jervey, environmental journalist
“Everywhere I go around the planet, I find young people, fresh from college, leading the new green movement. With savvy and heart, they’re making a real difference—and as this book shows, you can too!”
—Bill McKibben, 350.org
“Libuse Binder has a heart as big as the world. Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties is imperative reading for young people committed to helping the planet, and one another, toward a more enlightened future. Read this book!”
—Mark Matousek, author of When You’re Falling, Dive and Ethical Wisdom: What Makes Us Good?
“Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties won’t only teach you how to change the world, it will get you exhilarated about doing so. Libuse Binder is a passionate advocate and activist, and she writes in fun, accessible prose that’s never preachy, that speaks to any generation—whether you’re in your 20s or your 80s—about how to live mindfully, and have a blast while doing so.”
—Melissa Kirsch, author of The Girl’s Guide to Absolutely Everything
“Having a positive impact doesn’t have to be complicated, but sometimes the biggest obstacle is knowing where—and how—to start. Ten Ways is a great resource to help people who are just starting out know how to start making a difference.”
—Meg Busse, director, Nonprofit Transitions Program at Idealist.org.