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Jess Lohmann, Speaker for Animals and Nature, is an eco fantasy author, voice over talent artist and ethical marketing strategist. Originally from the New York, she now resides in Germany (yes, she’s bilingual).
Her mission through her writing is to help individuals connect with and become active protecting Mother Nature by means of respectful communication and empathic activism.
Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest is the first of an eco fantasy series that shows kids they really do have the power and influence to make a difference and change the world. And save animals.
The 1st book addresses the heavy topic of animal testing in a light way. The 2nd book (already in the pipeline) focuses on the animal farming industry and the 3rd will be geared toward saving marine life.
The circle of life makes this world go round.
It just doesn’t stop. And that’s a good thing.
What’s also a good thing is that humans have the power, resources and knowledge to protect all life on Earth.
That makes us special. And, it makes us responsible.
Protecting nature and saving species while sharing a deep ecological philosophy through the stories of Lily Bowers is why Jess is on this planet.
It’s what Mother Nature wants her to do.
Featured Articles and Interviews
goodcarts : Top 17 Ethical and Sustainable Retail Influencers, November 30, 2021
RAIDBOXES : Conscious consumption: How to use Black Friday & Cyber Monday responsibly, November 22, 2021
RAIDBOXES : Ethical Marketing: How you Market Matters, September 9, 2021
B Lab Europe : Every business has a role and responsibility to address the SDGs, June 10, 2021
Ethical Hour’s Big Why Business Chats : Voice for Nature — Podcast episode about being multi-passionate, igniting impact, saving species and grief elephants on Endangered Species Day. May 21, 2021
A Wall of Hope : Guest post discussing my book to empower kids to build a better world. January 21, 2021
Vegan Family Guide : Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest is listed as a resource.
vKind : Teaching Teaching Children the Importance of Compassion Towards All Living Creatures. November 25, 2020
Brand You Magazine : Eco brand warrior, Jess, talks about being passionate about using business to contribute to a higher purpose; be it climate change, women’s rights, immigration or wildlife conservation. November 20, 2020
Ingredients Network : Beware of ‘woke washing’: Ethical branding must reflect an ethical business. August 31, 2020
Entrepreneur : How to Survive the Crisis: 7 Steps to Turn Your Business into a Social Enterprise. May 14, 2020
Entrepreneur : 7 Ways Marketers Can Stop Destroying Our Environment. December 17, 2019
ThoughtBox Education : Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest is listed as a resource in their climate curriculum.
Support the Goals : Can sustainability be taught? November 2019
Change Creator : How To Avoid Manipulation In Marketing With These Ethical Practices. September 18, 2019
Share Impact : Seven Ethical Marketing Practices For Your Impactful Business. August 11, 2019
Change Creator : How To Find YOUR Story: With Real-Life Examples. July 8, 2019
Ethical Marketing News : Small business community commit to the Sustainable Development Goals with month long campaign showcasing social and environmental action. July 22, 2019
Ethical Hour : Change is in the Air: World Environment Day and the Businesses Building a Better World. June 5, 2019
Ethical Hour Changemaker Chats Podcast : Mother nature and meaningful connections – the new marketing landscape. November 12, 2018
hownow magazine : How to speak vegan (to non-vegans). March 30, 2017
The Sustainable Development Goals
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were created by all 193 member states of the United Nations in 2015 to help improve the many global challenges we face today.
A 15-year plan was set to achieve all 17 goals. From combating poverty, illiteracy, climate change and inequality to restoring biodiversity, clean water and sanitation, economic growth, affordable energy, etc.
Many achievements have been made, but the work in local and national governments is very slow and so it is our responsibility as caring individuals to step up and help out.
We, the people, have the power to reach these goals through our businesses, volunteering, giving back, spreading awareness, etc.
The Lily Bowers book series aims to help individuals contribute to these SDGs:
Giving Back to Nature
Some of the projects funded included:
- 196 days of access to a solar lantern for families in India
- 34 trees to be planted in Kenia, Indonesia and Borneo
- The security of 2m2 of the Daintree rainforest in Australia
- The disposal of 1 kg of coastal plastic trash in Indonesia
- 20 bars of soap to be recycled in order to reduce waste in landfills in Indonesia
- 1 day of tracking and studying the endangered Australian saltwater crocodile
- 591 days of rabies vaccines for street animals in Nepal
- 8 education programs to learn about proper animal care and protection in Nepal
- 8 horticulture training sessions to children in India
Read more about her giving back strategy.
Education & Themes
Facilities and Organizations
• To address the heavy topic of animal testing in a light way by adding a human touch.
• Magical realism genre – its fantasy aspects (communicating with Mother Nature and animals) and realistic topics geared toward the day in the life of preteens such as starting a new school, how to deal with bullying, the importance of friendship and collaborations as well as gaining self-confidence. Themes also add in global citizenship, empathy and sustainability.
• A deep ecological philosophy in that humans are not above nature, instead we’re a part of the circle of life.
• Fitting reading material to combine with social, environmental-related topics (i.e. PSHE curriculum – UK).
Talk about Nature!
A blog of earthy-crunchy food for thought
Embark on a new year with eco champions! Meet the Animal Heroes of 2023, making a compassionate impact. Discover their inspiring stories.
As we wrap the year 2022 up with reusable gift wrap and a bow, I’m taking a moment to reflect on how the lives of non-human animals have been positively impacted by kind and compassionate human animals, aka Animal Heroes. Who are they? Click and find out.
With much excitement and gratitude, my book, Lily Bowers and the Uninvited Guest, was shortlisted for the LUSH Prize 2022 in the category of ‘Public Awareness.’