Engaging, fast-paced, inspirational . . . mandatory reading
An essential collection of essays written by a diverse group of young people from all over the world who are working to protect our one and only home. Get a copy for yourself, and give another copy to a young person in your life!
What a wonderful collection. The world is lucky to have Greta Thunberg - and just as lucky to have this collection of like-minded young people in every corner of the planet, hard at work to make things better. But don't take the message that we should simply leave the climate crisis on the shoulders of high school kids. Take the message that we should follow where they lead!
This collection of inspiring stories from all over the world is the perfect antidote for those dismayed at the political wrangling and lack of courage to confront the existential challenge of our times. This book should be required reading for anyone concerned about climate change.
It's fun to read about kids doing great things to save the planet' Annan (9 years old) and Sonja (6 years old). 'What they said
Every activist has a story. Every story has a solution. Every solution can change a life. I am truly inspired by these stories of climate activists from various parts of the world. This is an amazing book.
It is impossible not to be moved by these young activists. Everyone will learn something new. Akshat Rathi has done the world a great service in bringing these genuinely diverse voices from across the planet into one place. United We Are Unstoppable is essential reading if you care about the future of life on Earth
Vital . . . The book's essays pull no punches in calling out the crisis for what it is . . . But the book is far more than calls for leadership and coming together. It also shows kids and young adults are already taking action beyond the high proflie strikes and lawsuits
The book's stories are powerful and myriad . . . Throughout, there are common threads: conviction, determination, and the inability to sit back as a catastrophe unfolds.
One of the most distinctive things about the book is showing that individual actions - such as recycling, driving or flying less, or going vegan - are not enough and will not save us. The only way to achieve systemic change and halt the effects of climate change is mass movement; millions of people need to get involved demand change from those in power