Don’t miss a BRAND NEW episode of The Women’s Eye podcast with Stacey Gualandi as I chat with award-winning photographer, documentarian and bestselling author Paola Gianturco on COOL: Women Leaders Reversing Global Warming, her seventh book.
Paola Gianturco’s dedication to women’s issues has led her around the globe and given her the opportunity to document women’s lives in over 60 countries.
Our new interview couldn’t be more timely as the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) is now taking place in Glasgow, Scotland, through November 12th.
According to new research, Paola says women are especially effective at changing the environment for the better. So she — along with her granddaughter Avery Sangster — compiled COOL, the first photographic book to chronicle the work of female climate leaders globally and show us the way to a livable planet.
Each woman profiled shares her ideas about how we can all be effective climate leaders, women like Clover Moore, the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Australia, who has planted more than 13,000 trees.
She also installed more than 4,000 rooftop solar panels across government properties; changed street lights to LEDs; advocated for using public transport; upgraded the city’s fleet to hybrid and electric vehicles; and added bike lanes.
No wonder Sydney was Australia’s first city to be certified as carbon neutral. That happened in 2011, years and years before their 2030 target date,” says Paola.
Paola and her granddaughter have made their own personal climate plan, and with COOL, we can too.
Tune in for tangible tips on how we can cut the amount of carbon dioxide that goes into the atmosphere and/or take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.
It’s easier than you think. And that’s pretty cool. 😉
Click on the ACT! tab, and you’ll see all the women leaders’ suggestions for climate action!
COOL is now available for pre-order at BarnesandNoble.com.
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Photos: Courtesy Paola Gianturco
Want to read more about global warming? Check out Pat Caso’s chat with polar photographer Camille Seaman, her award-winning photos and own warning about the urgency to protect the planet.