Angella Nazarian’s new book, Pioneers of the Possible: Celebrating Visionary Women, includes profiles of two important environmentalists.
Marina Silva, who ran for president of Brazil last year and is referred to as the Al Gore of Brazil. She’s been working tirelessly to save the Amazon and was at the forefront of passing legislation for the environment. Illiterate and living in the Amazon jungle as a rubber tapper until age 16, she is also the winner of the prestigious Goldman prize.
Wangari Matthai of Kenya, the first environmentalist to win a Noble Prize. She founded the Green Belt Movement that has led to more than 13 million trees being planted in Africa. Her movement has spread to other African countries.
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