The only practical guide to tackle climate change on an individual level with global results, focusing on food, fashion, technology and more, by the founder of Ocean Generation.
'An inspirational and motivational must-read, packed with practical tips to push for positive change' Zanna van Dijk
The climate is changing, so why aren't we? After all, we are the generation of change.
The severity of climate change leaves no one indifferent. THE CLIMATE IS CHANGING, WHY AREN'T WE? will not try to convince you that climate change exists - we know that. It offers easy to understand insights into the structures that suffocate our future, while upholding a sense of optimism and humanising the climate story. From the clothes you buy, plastics you use and food you eat, to knowing how to harness the power of social media and technology to get our voices heard and demand climate action, Daisy Kendrick, founder of Ocean Generation, weaves together inspirational stories, shocking statistics and easy green switches to make in your everyday life to tackle climate change on an individual level.
THE CLIMATE IS CHANGING, WHY AREN'T WE? will help to grant future generations the rights they deserve.
An inspirational and motivational must-read, packed with practical tips to push for positive change - bestselling author of STRONG
Daisy is one of the most inspiring young leaders I've had the pleasure to meet. Her insights are impeccable, her radar for what's next is on point, and this book comes at a much needed time when the focus on the climate crisis is changing from despair to solutions. - co-author of GOOD IS THE NEW COOL
After graduating Northeastern University in Boston and interning at the United Nations in New York for the Permanent Mission of Grenada, Daisy Kendrick founded Ocean Generation (OG) to disrupt and innovate the standard charity model. Frustrated at the lack of awareness and action being taken by millennials and Gen Z to protect our climate and oceans, she created OG to utilise media and technology to inform, educate and change behaviour at a global scale. She is the youngest recipient of the 2018 Marie Claire Future Shaper award and was recognized as one of Britain's 50 most remarkable women by the Daily Mail.