How to Make the World A Better Place

How to Make the World A Better Place

116 Ways You Can Make A Difference

Book - 1995
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Norton Pub
Think of all the problems in the world, in the city or town where youlive, on your own block: pollution, violence, children who can't read,housebound elderly people, litter in the street, the homeless. If onlysomebody would do something about these things. . . . Why not you? Whynot now?
You don't need to be a high-profile social activist to effect positive social change. How to Make the World a Better Place, in this updated and expanded edition, shows how just one person can make a difference in solving global, national, and local problems. Whether you're interested in feeding the hungry, protecting the environment, helping the homeless, or making your community a safer place to live, you'll find the means to get started in this book. Each chapter alerts you to problems that require attention, explains the issues and what has to be done about them, tells you specifically what you can do to help, and lists the addresses and phone numbers of organizations that you can contact.The twenty-fifth anniversary of Earth Day finds us all more socially and environmentally conscious than ever before. All it takes for you to make a difference is one first step—this book gives you the advice, the encouragement, the information, and the resources you need to take it. Then, instead of simply thinking about the world's problems, you'll be solving them.

Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c1995.
Edition: Rev. and expanded ed.
ISBN: 9780393312911
Branch Call Number: 361.2 HOL
Characteristics: xx, 284 p. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Catling, Linda


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