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Green Philanthropy For Families: 160 Simple Earth Honoring Gifts, Actions, Activities and Projects

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Green Philanthropy For Families is a collection of free or inexpensive acts of kindness that benefit people and the Earth. Readers can choose to begin in their own homes or in their own backyards or with a gift, action, activity, or project that involves community or global outreach. There are green philanthropy ideas appropriate for everyone in your family or group. Some are specifically geared toward youth or adults, but most can involve all ages.

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"The authors provide a rich and varied cache of ideas and resources for anyone who chooses — with family members, friends and neighbors — to co-create a better world." Mary A. Ferdig, Ph.D., President and CEO of the Sustainability Leadership Institute

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"Green Philanthropy For Families is a wonderful book for anyone who wants to show children how to begin making a practical difference in the world." Living Green Magazine

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"Green Philanthropy For Families outlines how parents, and others, can teach our children well!" Don Preister, Nebraska State Senator, Green Bellevue Chairman, Co-Founder of the Nebraska Wind Working Group, Gardener

Review:

"Every parent who wants to raise a nature-loving child should keep a copy of this book on their kitchen counter!" Ken Finch, President, Green Hearts Institute for Nature in Childhood Green Hearts Inc.Org

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"A fine idea and read, a top pick." Midwest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN:
9780615331157
Publisher:
Green Philanthropy for Families.Org Publicati
Subject:
Environmental Conservation & Protection - General
Author:
Deffenbacher, Helen
Author:
Deffenbacher, Justin
Author:
Deffenbacher, Alexis
Subject:
Philanthropy & Charity
Subject:
Ecology
Subject:
Science : Life Sciences - Ecology
Subject:
Family & Relationships : Activities
Subject:
Juvenile Nonfiction : Science & Nature - Environmental Conse
Subject:
Juvenile Nonfiction : Activity Books - General
Subject:
Nature : Environmental Conservation & Protection - General
Subject:
Environmental Studies-Environment
Publication Date:
20100531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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Product details pages Green Philanthropy For Families.Org Publicati - English 9780615331157 Reviews:
"Review" by , "The authors provide a rich and varied cache of ideas and resources for anyone who chooses — with family members, friends and neighbors — to co-create a better world." Mary A. Ferdig, Ph.D., President and CEO of the Sustainability Leadership Institute
"Review" by , "Green Philanthropy For Families is a wonderful book for anyone who wants to show children how to begin making a practical difference in the world."
"Review" by , "Green Philanthropy For Families outlines how parents, and others, can teach our children well!" Don Preister, Nebraska State Senator, Green Bellevue Chairman, Co-Founder of the Nebraska Wind Working Group, Gardener
"Review" by , "Every parent who wants to raise a nature-loving child should keep a copy of this book on their kitchen counter!" Ken Finch, President, Green Hearts Institute for Nature in Childhood Green Hearts Inc.Org
"Review" by , "A fine idea and read, a top pick."
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