Bestselling author, climate activist and minimalist, Sarah Wilson will be joining us to speak about 'why addressing the climate crisis is so important'. Which is a central theme of her latest book 'This One Wild Precious Life’.
I ran into Sarah a few years ago in Bondi one gloriously sunny morning, easy to recognise in her iconic green shorts, and asked about her latest book, thinking it would be about food
- “It’s about waking the F%$k up!” I rather liked this working title however, the hopeful path forward she describes to reconnect a fractured world, works better with the published title.
This was well before we choked on the bushfires that claimed three billion animals endemic only to Australia or almost 200 thousand kilometres of bush. She didn’t just jump on the bandwagon of climate conscious influencers, Sarah was already learning, researching and sharing that knowledge to inspire positive actions.
Sarah is now lending her voice to our Climate Tech Showcase and Awards to talk about the importance of the climate crisis. Please join us for this event.
If you’re not already, please follow Sarah on social media and listen to her podcasts for tips on how to help preserve this one wild and precious life through effective and real climate action.
Sarah Wilson is a multi-New York Times and Amazon best-selling author, podcaster, thought leader, minimalist, philanthropist and climate advisor. She founded the international I Quit Sugar movement, wrote the New York Times bestsellers I Quit Sugar and First, We Make the Beast Beautiful, which Mark Manson described as “the best book on living with anxiety that I’ve ever read”.
Sarah is the author of another 11 cookbooks that sell in 52 countries, and her most recent book This One Wild & Precious Life recently won a Gold Nautilus Award and has been seen on USA Today’s hottest releases along with The Washington Post’s 10 New Books Spotlight.
Sarah Wilson has been ranked in the top 200 most influential authors in the world. She has been variously described as “the climate queen”, “an expert on misinformation” and “f*cking wild” (Russell Brand!).
Her passionate commitment to driving a global conversation on sustainability and climate change, mobilising individuals, businesses and Governments to make bold, fast change has seen her feature on Russell Brands’ Under the Skin podcast, ABC’s Q&A, and invited to deliver an address to the National Press Club in Canberra.