Brentwood - Thursday, April 21st at 6:30 pm - Heather White and Diana Kapp discuss and sign "One Green Thing" and "Girls Who Green the World"
Join us for an Earth Day Event on Thursday, April 21st at 6:30 pm as we welcome Heather White and Diana Kapp to the store to discuss and sign One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet, and Girls Who Green the World.
This event is free to attend and will be held in the courtyard at DIESEL, A Bookstore in Brentwood. Masks are required to attend.
The climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our time, and we all have a unique role to play. Start here and now with this book. In this revolutionary call to action, unlock your superpower through a daily practice of sustainability.
In One Green Thing, noted environmentalist Heather White shows you how to contribute to the climate movement through self-discovery - your personality, interests, and strengths. Setting the intention each day to take a small step -- a "one green thing" to care for the planet -- can help ease your eco-anxiety, push the culture toward climate solutions, and create a sense of joy. The book offers an easy-to-follow guide for climate action while brilliantly weaving together warm and funny stories from her childhood in East Tennessee, anecdotes from 20+ years of environmental advocacy, and scenes from parenting two GenZ daughters in Bozeman, Montana.
Heather White is the founder of OneGreenThing.org. She brings two decades of environmental advocacy work and national nonprofit leadership to life with her joyful and practical book, One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet. Heather has been named one of the "Top 15 Women in Sustainability Leadership" by Green Building & Design magazine and been featured on CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, Fox News, Dr. Oz, and cited in The Washington Post, New York Times, and The Guardian.
Diana Kapp is a business journalist with an MBA from Stanford University who has written about education and entrepreneurism for most of the major media outlets. She is also the author of Girls Who Run the World. You can find her online at dianakapp.com. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, ELLE, Marie Claire, O the Oprah Magazine, California Sunday Magazine, Sunset, Outside.com.