My book Campaigning for Clean Air: Strategies for Pro-Nuclear Advocacy continues to have great success. About a week ago, I was on a communications panel at the American Nuclear Society's Annual Meeting in San Francisco. I was delighted with the interest in my book. It's kind of fun when people quote your own book to you! I was surprised and happy about the overall interest in advocacy at this meeting. Besides being on the communications panel, in another session I was role-playing conversations with undecided people. In other sessions, I listened to young people talk about why they support nuclear. A great meeting!
A special limited-time bonus offer!
My book is a guide to advocacy. Right now, I am offering some special bonus material about emotions and advocacy. This limited-time offer ends at midnight on Friday. Buy Campaigning for Clean Air at Amazon or at your bookstore. Then write me at mjangwin at gmail that you have obtained it, and I will tell you how to get the bonus material. This offer ends at midnight, Friday, June 30.
Your own advocacy
My book is designed to help you find your way to support nuclear. Early chapters will help you take those crucial first steps in supporting nuclear power. Later chapters can guide you into more public roles, including testimony at hearings and even street rallies. People have written me that this book has inspired them to write letters, make videos, and more. Read it and be inspired!
The book in the news
At the recent Nuclear Energy Assembly meeting in Arizona, the organizers made a bulk purchase of Campaigning and put the book in the welcome packages of the NAYGN attendees. Yes. Hundreds of young pro-nuclear people received the book! More such announcements are in the works.
A few days ago, I was on the Global Energy Leaders podcast, talking about the book, and talking about why I wrote the book. I think you will enjoy the 20-minute podcast.
"Like the best how-to books, Meredith’s little instruction book for budding nuclear advocates is punchy, filled with practical exercises, gives step by step instruction with options and provides pointers to additional sources of help and information. It’s well organized and motivating; there are times when you want to simply put down the book and take one of her recommended actions to see how it works and feels.."
-- Rod Adams, blogger at Atomic Insights
“Far more than a “how-to manual”; it is a life’s journey into greater understanding of how to responsibly address public concerns about nuclear power”
---Dr. Dale E. Klein, Former Chairman, NRC
“…this book is a primer for nuclear advocacy, and a fascinating guidebook and educational tool”
-Thomas P. Salmon, Governor of Vermont (1972-1977)
"...Campaigning for Clean Air (is) perhaps a pro-nuclear advocacy equivalent of Carville and Begala’s Buck Up, Suck Up which they, a pair of Democrat strategists, wrote.... during George W. Bush’s ascendancy."
---Steve Aplin, blogger at Canadian Energy Issues
“[Meredith Angwin’s book] is likely to be a resource for years to come as we work to bring Weinberg's vision of the second nuclear era into fruition. “
--Eric Meyer, Executive Director, Generation Atomic
Buy it now, while you can still get the bonus material! Buy it by Friday!
Campaigning for Clean Air: Strategies for Pro-Nuclear Advocacy.
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