how to save the world for free
Read the book? Yay. I hope you loved it. Here you’ll find some links to resources, films and the all important references.
And if you’re up for helping me spread the word, or maximise your impact, you’ll find a few suggestions for that too.
Oh and if you’ve ended up here and don’t have a copy of the book yet, try the link below.
eco-inspiring, educational films
Here’s a list of the films mentioned in the book.
FOOD AND FASHION:
Earthlings, 2005 – view for free
The End of the Line, 2009 – view for free
Forks over Knives, 2011 – now on Netflix
Cowspiracy, 2014 – buy download
The True Cost, 2015 – buy on DVD
Seed: The Untold Story, 2016 – buy and stream
Blackfish, 2013 – now on Netflix, buy and stream
Mission Blue, 2014 – now on Netflix, buy and stream
Plastic China, 2016 – buy and stream
A Plastic Ocean, 2016 – now on Netflix, buy and stream
Albatross, 2017 – view for free
Blue, 2017 – buy and stream
Chasing Coral, 2017 – now on Netflix, Netflix original
An Inconvenient Truth, 2006 – to buy and stream
Gasland, 2010 – buy and stream
Gasland Part II, 2013 – buy and stream
This Changes Everything, 2015 – buy and stream
Before the Flood, 2016 – buy and stream
An Inconvenient Sequel, 2017 – buy or stream
Elemental, 2012 – buy and stream
Tomorrow [originally Demain], 2015 – buy and stream
CITIZENSHIP, POLITICS AND ECONOMICS:
The Story of Stuff, 2007 – view for free
The Four Horsemen, 2012 – view for free
When Citizens Assemble, 2017
Links for all of the sources cited in How to Save the World for Free can be found here:
want to help spread the word?
If you feel inspired to get other people reading the book, here are a few ways you can help.
Publish a review on Goodreads, Amazon and Hive.
Share a photo of yourself and the book (or the book, or something you’re doing as a result of reading the book!) on social media using the hashtag #HowtoSavetheWorldforFree