The book documents protests that happened in New York City from 2019 to 2020 relating to climate change ethics such as animal cruelty. It is called a "manual" because its purpose is to show how easy it is to protest, and hopefully trigger or inspire people to get involved themselves. It is divided into sections, of two protests, street-art/graffiti and stickers found around downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn. The street-art spreads display a photograph, and maps of the cross street that it was found to the left. There is also a section of silkscreen prints of photographs, that are bound into the book. Since each print is unique and has different color leaks, it makes each book a one-off. The ink is unmixed to create this effect where the green ink, representing nature and the environment is being slightly taken over by the black ink, embodying the decay of nature. Additionally, there is a section dedicated to endangered species, focusing only on animals of which there are only less than one hundred left on earth. For each poster, the number of lines represents the number left on the planet, and the meaning behind the design is that they are disappearing, and once they become extinct they can never come back. The endangered species series consists of six animal posters, and the video version for each is available on Vimeo. The book is printed on 100% recycled paper and comes in a reusable tote bag made from recycled ocean plastic, which is screen-printed.