Nature Is A Human Right: An Eco-Conscious Book About The Natural World
How important would you say your relationship with the natural world is? Many would argue that contact with nature should be recognised as a human right. The movement, which is gaining traction through the likes of organisations like Nature Is A Human Right, is quickly gaining speed with the help of voices from around the world. In the organisation’s new book, Nature Is A Human Right: Why We’re Fighting for Green in a Grey World, we find out just why we should more greatly appreciate our need for the planet.
Nature Is A Human Right: Why We’re Fighting for Green in a Grey World
Nature Is A Human Right, the movement urging us to recognise the importance of our relationship with the natural world as a deserved entitlement, is releasing a book to raise awareness of the growing green movement. Bringing together the thoughts of world-leading scientists, authors, human rights speakers, climate activists and artists, Nature Is A Human Right: Why We’re Fighting for Green in a Grey World is a ‘collaborative manifesto for a healthier, happier, more equal future’.
The book, edited and collated by Nature Is A Human Right founder Ellen Miles, is a collection of original writings meant to inspire and highlight the importance of nature in our daily lives. It also outlines the threats of nature depravation and the actions we should all undertake to ensure that we maintain a green planet.
Readers can expect to find words from the likes of climate activist Clover Hogan, horticulturalist Poppy Okotcha, illustrator and novelist Nick Hayes, and the co-founders of nature education and ancestral skills program, Queer Nature, So Sinopoulos-Lloyd and Pinar Ates Sinopoulos-Lloyd.
Interested? This insightful book isn’t one to miss, as it promises not only an opportunity to connect with educators and creatives from across the world but also a chance to tap back into the world around us.
Nature Is A Human Right: Why We’re Fighting for Green in a Grey World is out 3 February 2022. You can pre-order the book from dk.com
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