LONDON--(Marketwire - Dec 5, 2012) - The "I Am Eco-Warrior" book is a collection of conversations with more than 53 global game-changers, who address the environmental crisis in innovative, groundbreaking, and pioneering ways. The book shifts the dialogue from traditional environmentalists to leaders in business, fashion, government, music, media, and more. Photographed around the world by Roger Moenks, "IAEW" is beautiful, engaging, and enlightening. The in-depth interviews go far beyond the typical "What inspired you?" to reveal the inspiring and challenging stories of people who refuse to settle for anything less than world-changing innovation. These leaders form the core of the "I Am Eco-Warrior" community. We must make sustainability affordable and profitable to allow for long-term behavior change. The book features Ted Turner, Jeffrey Sachs, Stella McCartney, Sir Richard Branson, Douglas Tompkins, Anna Zegna, David De Rothshild, Melanie Laurent, Francis Ford Coppola, Muhtar Kent, Howard G. Buffet, Jane Goodall, Jim Clark, Brett Tollman, Mayor Bloomberg and many more.
The event will take place on December 10th from 6 to 7:30 pm.
About Roger Moenks
German-born Roger Moenks is a celebrity and fashion photographer who has called New York City home for almost 20 years. Best known for his portraiture, he has previously published three books: The First Class of CLICK; Moving Still; and Inheriting Beauty, featuring 90 women from around the world at the forefront of society and industry -- a group that includes such high-profile figures as Roberta Armani, Delphine Arnault, Kiera Chaplin, Francesca Versace, and many more. In cooperation with Montblanc and UNICEF, Moenks also created images of 12 leading actresses for a Sotheby's auction, the proceeds of which raised a quarter of a million dollars for the charity. Moenks' work has appeared in such magazines as L'Officiel, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, Interview, Visionaire, and Flaunt. He has directed music videos for Blank & Jones, commercials for Van Cleef & Arpels and Moët & Chandon, and created the documentary Shooting Milk, featuring survivors of the Andy Warhol era and including never-before-seen footage of the artist himself.
In the past several years Moenks has dedicated much of his time to socially conscious causes. He produced all the images in this book and conceived of the project.
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To purchase books or to see images, please visit www.iamecowarrior.com.