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A practical and empowering book for a better world
'Building An Ark: 101 Solutions to Animal Suffering' is a one of a kind book. Its first part covers comprehensively the background information necessary to have a good overview of what animal suffering is, and what leads to it in our modern society. It assumes no specific basic knowledge and is thus accessible to anyone. Yet is so well researched and referenced that it is also of interest to readers who are already versed in the various issues considered.
The second part contains the '101 Solutions': all tangible, easy to implement actions that individuals, businesses, governmental institutions and / or other organizations can take to make the world a better place for the animals, as well as people and our environment. It is well written, clear and concise, yet full of practical information and empowering examples.
The positive, highly educational and mind opening approach of this book makes it an excellent tool to educate children and young adults about the plight of nonhuman animals in our society and make them realize how their own actions can affect the world in positive way. However, its empowerment value will reach anyone who cares about the planet and their inhabitants. A must-have for any library!
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