9th Ave: Diana Kapp and Heather White with Chris Colin

Friday, April 22, 2022 - 7:00pm

Join us on Earth Day—Friday, April 22 at 7pm PT—when Diana Kapp and Heather White are joined by Chris Colin to celebrate their books, Girls Who Green the World and One Green Thing, at 9th Ave!

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About Girls Who Green the World
Part biography, part guidebook to the contemporary environmental movement, this book is the perfect gift for future and current activists and changemakers! Girls Who Green the World features the inspiring stories of 34 revolutionaries fighting for our future!

An inspired collection of profiles, featuring environmental changemakers, social entrepreneurs, visionaries and activists.  
Journalist Diana Kapp has crisscrossed this country writing for and about empowered girls, girls who expect to be leaders, founders and inventors. This book takes it a step further. It says to girls: while you’re striving to be CEOs and world leaders, consider solving the biggest challenge of our lifetime, too—because you can do both at the same time, and here are 34 women doing just that.

About One Green Thing
Unlock your eco-friendly superpower in this revolutionary call to action, and create a daily practice of sustainability to protect the environment.

The climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our time, and we all have a unique role to play. Start here and now with this book. In this revolutionary call to action, unlock your superpower through a daily practice of sustainability.

Noted environmentalist Heather White offers an easy-to-follow guide for climate action while brilliantly weaving together warm and funny stories from her childhood in East Tennessee, anecdotes from 20+ years of environmental advocacy, and scenes from parenting two GenZ daughters in Bozeman, Montana. 

In One Green Thing, White shows you how to contribute to the climate movement through self-discovery – your personality, interests, and strengths.

First, you’ll take the Service Superpower Profile Assessment, which will reveal your special gifts in service to others and the planet.  Based on your profile, you’ll then be equipped to:

  • Begin your adventure with a 21-Day Kickstarter Plan that shares specific actions you can take
  • Use the Eco-Impact Top Ten—the primary areas that can affect positive, lasting change—to develop an individualized Eco-Action Plan
  • Log the mental health benefits and measure your progress with the Joy Tracker
  • Write about your journey and your “why” for taking action with exercises and journal prompts that encourage you to reflect
  • Listen and talk with members of Gen Z about their climate anxiety
  • Commit to being an awesome ancestor for future loved ones as you inspire your family, friends, and community to work toward a regenerative, sustainable world 

Setting the intention each day to take a small step— a “one green thing” to care for the planet--can help ease your eco-anxiety, push the culture toward climate solutions, and create a sense of joy. 

About Diana Kapp
Diana Kapp is a business journalist with an MBA from Stanford University who has written about education and entrepreneurism for most of the major media outlets. She is also the author of Girls Who Run the World. You can find her online at dianakapp.com.

About Heather White
Heather White is the founder of OneGreenThing. White's twenty-plus years of service include being a litigator at a prominent Nashville law firm, working for Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign and then as a recount attorney, advising a progressive US senator on energy and environmental policy, directing environmental education advocacy at the nation's largest conservation organization, serving as an adjunct law professor at Georgetown University Law Center, running an environmental health watchdog in Washington, DC, and leading the nonprofit partner to Yellowstone National Park. She's a frequent spokesperson on environmental issues and has been featured on CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, Fox News, and quoted in the Washington Post, the New York Times, and The Guardian.

A native of East Tennessee, she loves country music, apple butter, and hiking. White received her bachelor's degree in environmental science from the University of Virginia, where she was an Echols Scholar. She earned her juris doctor from the University of Tennessee College of Law, where she was managing editor of the Tennessee Law Review. She lives in Bozeman, Montana, with her husband and two teenage daughters.

About Chris Colin
Chris Colin’s writing has appeared in The New York Times MagazinePop-Up MagazineSaveurOutsideWiredSmithsonian, and Best American Science and Nature Writing. He is the author, most recently, of What to Talk AboutWhat Really Happened to the Class of ’93, and Blindsight. He co-wrote This Is Camino, which was nominated for a James Beard Award. He is the author of Off: The Day the Internet Died. He lives in San Francisco, CA.

Girls Who Green the World: Thirty-Four Rebel Women Out to Save Our Planet By Diana Kapp, Ana Jarén (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Diana Kapp, Ana Jarén (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780593428054
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Published: Delacorte Press - April 5th, 2022

Part biography, part guidebook to the contemporary environmental movement, this book is the perfect gift for future and current activists and changemakers! Girls Who Green the World features the inspiring stories of 34 revolutionaries fighting for our future!

One Green Thing: Discover Your Hidden Power to Help Save the Planet By Heather White Cover Image
ISBN: 9780785291299
Availability: NOT on our shelves now. Usually ships from warehouse in several days.
Published: Harper Horizon - April 19th, 2022

Your non-overwhelming, down-to-earth guide for daily climate action...personalized to your unique strengths.

The climate crisis is the biggest challenge of our time. But the urgency of a warming world creates anxiety and can sometimes cause us to throw our hands in the air and think, How can I possibly make a difference?

Off: The Day the Internet Died: A Bedtime Fantasy By Chris Colin, Rinee Shah (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Chris Colin, Rinee Shah (Illustrator)
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ISBN: 9783791386874
Published: Prestel - March 23rd, 2021

One day all the screens went dark--and we couldn't even post about it.

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