“When I was young, I thought that activism was a sprint, and if I just go fast enough everything can be fixed really quick.
And then I got a little older and I realized that activism is more like a marathon, and I slowed down and learned to pace myself. When I was eighty-two, I realized that it is not like a hundred meters, and not even like a marathon: It is a relay.
The most important thing we can do today as adults is to stand by and support the new generations of environmentalists who are ready to take the reins of the movement.
This book is dedicated to them. It's too late for moderation.”
"An informative guide to getting involved in the fight against climate change." Publishers Weekly
"Jane Fonda, intergalactic eco-warrior in a red coat." The New York Times