Jane Fonda has been an environmental activist since the 1970s.
She walks the walk and talks the talk. She has a windmill on one property, uses solar energy in another, says no to single use plastic bags. She speaks at rallies and attends Greenpeace marches.
But aside from what she can do herself, she still wants more.
From her arrest on the capitol steps during the first 'Fire Drill Friday', to teach ins, the Green New Deal and more rallies, this is a fascinating insight into a woman keen on drawing others in to activism and working towards climate change.
She says people of all movements need to work together for a common goal for change.
The book looks at oceans, water, food and agriculture, climate, migration, human rights, forests and holding industries accountable.
Also includes insights from other key (and famous) figures.
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