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David Suzuki , Holly Dressel
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April 19 2010

More inspiring stories in this revised and updated edition of the bestselling Good News for a Change.

David Suzuki and Holly Dressel update their bestseller Good News for a Change, published in 2003 with over 35,000 copies sold, with the latest inspiring stories about individuals, groups, and businesses that are making real change in the world. The authors also present up-to-date information about new, critical subjects not covered in the previous edition, such as energy and the economy. All the stories describe sustainable solutions that already exist and that can be used around the world.

Published in partnership with the David Suzuki Foundation.

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In these difficult days of global fear and ecological devastation, David Suzuki and Holly Dressel offer a blueprint for survival. —Maude Barlow


The authors have uncovered hundreds of solutions that can help all of us to imagine and achieve a new and happier future. —New Times


About the Author

David Suzuki is an internationally renowned geneticist and environmentalist and a recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for the Popularization of Science and the 2009 Right Livelihood Award. Host of the longrunning CBC television program The Nature of Things, he is also the author of more than fifty books.

Holly Dressel, co-author of From Naked Ape to Superspecies, has been a writer and researcher for television, film, and radio for twenty years and has worked for CBC TV's The Nature of Things. She lives near Montreal, Quebec.

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This book is an inspiration and a godsend in a world where everything seems to be going wrong. To hear the good news on the big topics, everything from sustainable forestry, agriculture, energy, climate change, water, and the saving of ecosystems, is a much needed relief and wonder. I think a lot of people feel overwhelmed by the problems at hand, and though we try to make a difference, it never feels like it's enough. This book will inspire us to take the next step, to find our place in the help we want to bring, because the solutions aren't lacking, they abound in these pages, and reading it will make you want to take that extra step and do a little more for our big blue home. The portraits of the people and organizations that are changing the world right now are nothing short of inspiring. Thank you David and Holly for this wonderful collection of stories and facts that uplift. I recommend this book to EVERYONE.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great read Feb. 7 2014
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Encouraging look at things going right in the world. Thoughtful discussion of many issues. Biofuel can be bad if you have to clear forests to grow plants to make the biofuel out of.
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for anybody still breathing Feb. 4 2014
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Clear, pungent, and grounded in grim fact but nevertheless determinedly positive and forward-thinking, yielding reasons for hope and grounds for progressive action in a world direly in need of both.
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It was good to see that there is positive change going on and people are saying no to the usual "carrots" the powers that be hold out. We don't have to be victims and helpless. We do have power.
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