A 30 Day Program to Protect and Conserve Our Water Resources…one drop a time.
By David Gershon
Applying personal transformation skills to solve problems of water conservation and pollution.
In Water Stewardship: A 30 Day Program to Protect and Conserve Our Water Resources… One Drop at a Time, environmental behavior-change pioneer David Gershon uses his time-tested methodology to empower readers to take an active role in improving the quality and availability of one of our most precious resources. This immensely readable illustrated handbook guides readers through 32 behavior-change actions and action plans for each of three topics: water quality, water conservation and community volunteering/advocacy. Employing Gershons acclaimed EcoTeam modelwhich has helped more than 250,000 people around the world reduce their environmental footprint by 25 percentWater Stewardship gives readers the concrete tools they need to make a meaningful impact on water preservation and conservation. This book will also be of interest to any watershed organization or local government involved in watershed protection, as it provides an effective and scalable program for reducing household nonpoint-source pollution. Water Stewardship has the power to move citizens beyond awareness to behavior change, and generate enough participation to make a measurable difference in nonpoint-source pollution in their watershed.
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David Gershon is the author of ten books, including the best-selling Empowerment: The Art of Creating Your Life As You Want It and Low Carbon Diet: A 30-Day Program to Lose 5,000 Pounds, winner of the “Most Likely to Save the Planet” Independent Publisher Book Award. He is founder and president of Empowerment Institute and codirects its school for social change. His clients include cities, governmental agencies, nonprofits, large corporations, and social entrepreneurs engaged in furthering social change. Gershon has lectured at Harvard, MIT, and Duke Universities and served as an advisor to the Clinton White House and United Nations.