Fighting for a green world - a collection of essays and writing for building an equal, healthier society.
Access to the natural world is a human right. This inspiring book captures why contact with nature is essential for our mental, social and physical well-being - and how we can rethink urban development to create green city spaces and a return to nature.
Find an inspiring collection of original writings from world-leading "green" voices and discover:
- Benefits and issues surrounding our access to nature
- Discussions on social and environmental justice
- Why we need nature around us, how we're being deprived of nature and what we can all do to change environmental and social issues
- Edited by the founder of the environmental justice campaign Nature is a Human Right, Ellen Miles
Concrete outweighs every tree, bush, and shrub on Earth. Nature deprivation is a fast-growing epidemic, harming the health and happiness of hundreds of millions of people worldwide - especially vulnerable and marginalized groups. Nature is a Human Right, founded by Ellen Miles in 2020, is working to make access to green space a recognized right for all, not a privilege.
This book brings together a collection of engaging, accessible essays, interviews and exercises, from expert ambassadors and supporters (including authors, artists, scientists, human rights experts, television presenters, TED speakers, and climate activists). Each contributor offers a new perspective on why contact with nature should be a protected human right.
Enlightening and sometimes uncomfortable, this collection of writing and ideas illuminate the work that needs to be done to make our global future happier.