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Heather White for 60 Days to a Greener Life

April 9 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Are you worried about the climate crisis? Are you suffering from eco-anxiety? Do you want to help but you’re not sure how? Do you want to learn how to make greener choices? If you answered yes to any of those questions, author and environmentalist Heather White’s 60 Days to a Greener Life is the resource you need.

You can read an entry every day or at your own pace. Each entry provides valuable insights and easy-to-apply ways you can live a more eco-friendly, joyful life. Each entry includes:

a topic or question related to our world.
an easy-to-understand explanation of ways you can adjust your lifestyle.
an energizing prompt that gives you simple ideas on how to apply what you’ve learned.
60 Days to a Greener Life will teach you about:

eco-anxiety, how to manage it, and why individual action matters.
climate change, recycling, and greener, sustainable school lunch choices.
connecting to nature and wildlife.
volunteering and how to jumpstart conversations about good environmental practices.
renewable energy, regenerative agriculture, organic food, and GMOs.
toxic chemicals, plastic pollution, safe drinking water, and more.
Heather White is a nationally recognized conservation and environmental policy expert and a frequent spokesperson in national media on climate, energy, and conservation issues. Heather is the founder & CEO of the nonprofit, OneGreenThing.org, and author of One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet (Harper Collins, 2022). OneGreenThing is a nonprofit that tackles eco-anxiety through joyful daily action, inspiring culture change for policy solutions.

White’s twenty-plus years experience of service including working as a litigator at a prominent Nashville law firm, a campaign staffer and recount attorney for Al Gore’s presidential campaign, the energy and environmental policy legislative counsel for U.S. Senator Russ Feingold, and adjunct law professor at Georgetown University Law Center and the University of Tennessee College of Law.


April 9
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


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Takoma Park, MD 20912 United States
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