Op Shop Book Project – #2
Together We Can – Claire O’Rourke
“Millions of Australians are quietly freaking out about the state of the planet, and Claire O’Rourke is one of them. We know the science is bad – we’re signing petitions, recycling our garbage and switching our light bulbs – and we know so much more needs to be done. Australia is on the front lines. It’s going to take a massive, all-hands-on-deck effort to turn this around, and it can be overwhelming thinking about where to start.
Together We Can is an invitation to anyone worried about what climate change means for our future and a challenge to reconnect with our communities. You can start small and simple and, before you know it, climate action is transformative, empowering and hopeful.
Claire tells the stories of everyday people all around Australia who are already making a difference, and they come from every walk of life: food producers, sportspeople, financiers, psychologists, First Nations people, entrepreneurs, public servants, scientists, teachers, actors, farmers, students and retirees. Our fragmented modern lives have pulled us away from the relationships that nurture and inspire. These stories show how contributing to healing our world enriches our connections with each other, which is what we need to face uncertain times.
‘You will recognise yourself in every page of this book. From there, the ways we work together to make change are boundless.’ – Yael Stone, actor and founder of Hi Neighbour ‘Together We Can will recharge your batteries and inspire you into action’ – Damon Gameau, director of Regenerating Australia”
This is the second book released into the wild as part of the Op Shop Book Project.
It’s available to buy in all the usual places. You should also check out your library for a copy.
If you have spotted this Op Shop Project copy out in the wild please drop me an update by clicking here and filling out a short form.
Donated to an op shop in the Bayside area
Have you read the book? I’d love to know your thoughts, drop a comment below.
You can find out more about Claire O’Rourke and this book by clicking through to her website here –