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NEW SOCIETY BLOG — Climate Change

2020 Nautilus Book Award Winners

2020 Nautilus Book Award Winners

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The 33rd Benjamin Franklin Book Award Finalists

We are thrilled to announce that one New Society titles has been named a Benjamin Franklin Award finalist.

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The 2020 Foreword INDIES Book Awards Finalists

We are thrilled to announce that one New Society titles has been nominated for a Foreword INDIES Book Awards this year.

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2020 Eric Zencey Award Winners!

We are thrilled to announce that two of our books have are runners-up for the 2020 Eric Zencey Awards!

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Using Zone 00 to Transform Your Inner Landscape

In Human Permaculture: Life Design for Resilient Living, authors Bernard Alonso and Cecile Guiochon create a guide for taking principles of permaculture to redesign your life and create a sustainable existence within the community. In their book Alonso and Guiochon unpack how to use zone 00 to transform your internal landscape before (or during) changing your environment.

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Harness the Power of Permaculture to Redesign Your Life for Resilient Living

In Human Permaculture: Life Design for Resilient Living, authors Bernard Alonso and Cecile Guiochon use the principles of permaculture and apply them to redesigning your life and community to align with the resources available on the planet. In today’s blog we reflect on permaculture ethics and how they relate to human permaculture and allow us to put our talents at the service of the environment

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Changing Tides wins the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize at the BC & Yukon Book Prizes

We are thrilled to announce that Changing Tides won the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize at BC & Yukon Book Prizes

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Please Touch the Books, The Legacy of New Society Publishers

We are celebrating 40 Years of Publishing Books for a World of Change and we are honoured to have today's post from Judith Plant, New Society Publishers cofounder, and Publisher Emeritus, sharing with us her story of how a meeting at a book table changed the trajectory of her and partner Chris (Kip) Plant's lives.

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New Society Publishers is proud to be celebrating 40 years of activist, solutions-oriented publishing.

From our roots in nonviolent civil disobedience training during the Vietnam war, to the present, we have published over 600 books, some across a dozen languages. We continue to work to bring positive solutions and cutting edge ideas to some of the most troubling challenges of our time.

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"Our Kids' Climate" Webinar

Our Kids' Climate, a network of climate-parent groups from around the world, is bringing together climate leaders from Uganda, South Africa, the U.S. and Sweden to discuss how to talk to children about the climate crisis, and how to support child-led climate activism and engagement.

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2020 Living Now Book Award Winners!

We are thrilled to announce that three of our books have are winners for the 2020 Living Now Book Awards!

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Delayed Earth Overshoot Day points to opportunities to build future in harmony with our finite planet

COVID-19 has caused humanity's Ecological Footprint to contract, pushing the date of Earth Overshoot Day back more than three weeks compared to last year. The challenge of relaunching our economies presents countries with a unique chance to act on the future we want.

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Book Awards Winners & Finalists for 2019 Books

We are thrilled to announce that many of our books have been Book Award Winners and Finalists!

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Interview with Harriet Shugarman

Today's author interview featuring our winning giveaway questions is with Harriet Shugarman author of How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change: Turning Angst into Action

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Why We Should Be Concerned

This excerpt is from the new book How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change: Turning Angst Into Action by Harriet Shugarman.

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