What Can I Do is a call to action from Jane Fonda, one of the most inspiring activists of our time, urging us to wake up to the looming disaster of climate change.
Sally Rugg is one of Australia’s most influential campaigners for social change and How Powerful We Are is her manifesto for championing what you believe is right.
If you were given one trillion dollars, to be spent in a year, on science, what would you do? It’s a large sum, yet it’s also the current valuations of Apple Computer and of Amazon. So it’s both huge and possible. In How to spend a trillion dollars, you can learn about all the things you could achieve.
Most accept that climate change is real, but many feel powerless to make a difference. In Fight for Planet A Craig Reucassel shows we can make a difference to help protect the world.
Whether you’re already alarmed and engaged, understanding our emotional reactions to climate change is critical to convincing others to act. How to Talk About Climate Change in a Way That Makes a Difference is about understanding why people who aren’t like you feel the way they do and learning to talk to them effectively.
We refer to the internet as abstract from reality. By doing so, we obscure where the real power lies. In The System James Ball sets out on a global journey into the inner workings of the system.
Merle Thornton is a delightful, formidable and game-changing pioneering feminist. Bringing the Fight showcases her daring and defiance that helped bring positive change for generations of Australian women.
From small daily commitments to larger ongoing projects, How to Think Like an Activist offers tangible ways to start building the world you want to live in now, right now.
One in five Australians have a disability. Yet disabled people are still underrepresented in the media and in literature. Growing Up Disabled in Australia generates awareness through interviews, poetry and art.
Lech Blaine was just seventeen when he was in a crash that killed his best friends and changed his life. Car Crash is a memoir exploring how we grieve in an age of social media and how a tragedy shapes a community.