Guide to a better world

3rd December 2004 at 00:00
Young people's idealism often needs to be steered in practical directions. The Rough Guide to a Better World points out ways in which readers can contribute towards change, whether as campaigners in their local community, participants in "ethical tourism" or as shoppers with an aroused conscience. It can be read online, downloaded as an e-book or collected free from post offices.

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