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Klein’s zeal and eloquence will inspire, engage, and motivate those who are concerned about the planet’s future. Get involved in taking any and all possible steps to curb or reverse further disruption and destruction.
An invitation to act, these letters are the result of a callout from Culture Declares Emergency to the public to write a response to climate and ecological emergency. Includes contributions from Yoko Ono, Kate Tempest, Mark Ryland, and more.
Find out how the climate emergency is already impacting us and what we need to do to avoid catastrophe. Delve deeply into economic and societal issues surrounding climate change and provides resolutions to minimize the damage we are about to face.
This account of how agriculture can address major environmental issues is an Australian story with global ramifications. The devastation of drought and the crises created by industrial-scale farming are discussed and bold alternatives proposed.
By 1979, we knew nearly everything we understand today about climate change and how to stop it. Over the next decade scientists, politicians and strategists risked their careers in a campaign to convince the world to act before it was too late.
Plastic pollution is the environmental scourge of our age, but how can you make a difference? This book is a handy guide for what we can do in our own homes, communities and workplaces to start bringing about the end of our plastic dependent age.
The Conscious Closet is not just a style guide. It is a call to action to transform one of the most polluting industries on Earth -fashion - into a force for good. A fun, informative guide to sustainable fashion and more mindful shopping.
A call to collective action, persuasively asking readers to take a hard look at our own role in the climate crisis and its solutions, told with the author’s distinctive wit, insight and humanity.
This book brings you Greta in her own words, collecting her speeches that have made history across the globe. It is a rallying cry for why we must all wake up and fight to protect the living planet, no matter how powerless we feel.
This harrowing, compulsively readable, and carefully researched book lays out in clear-eyed detail what Earth's changing climate means for us today, particularly to those of us in island nations, and what it will mean for future generations.
The book is a meticulously documented, white-knuckled tour through the cascading catastrophes that will soon engulf our warming planet. Its subject is climate change, its method is scientific, but its tone is Old Testament.
Most authorities agree that the Paris Agreement on climate change won’t offset global warming enough. Sedjo argues we must begin planning adaptation strategies which enable societies to protect against the worst effects of inevitable climate change.
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