"The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries."
The Ecomasters adventure continues as the team combats climate change, water scarcity and food insecurity, combined with conflicting adult influence with courage and humor. From the Summit of Mt Everest, to the rapidly melting glaciers of the Himalayan mountains in northern India, the Ecomasters adventure is both thrilling global, local and personal. Our very special girls from USA, Uganda, Laos, and India are joined by a ‘new' girl from England and 'the first boy' member of the team, which adds an indigenous perspective from Patagonia.
About the Author
Donna L Goodman, author of Ecomasters has spent her life and career in service to Mother Earth and her Children. As a young girl herself in rural Connecticut, Donna explored forests and waterways and tried a time or two to dig her way to China!!! As an adult with more than 15 years as Environment focal person in water, sanitation and hygiene as well as climate change for UNICEF in more than 60 countries; experience founding and leading global non-profit organization, Earth Child Institute and in the Private Sector as Program Director of Swarovski Waterschool in 7 countries, as Executive Producer of Netflix film “Waterschool”, her experience and passion to connect and help the children of the Earth to empower one another are her reason for writing ECOMASTERS.
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