Activists, academics, scientists, commentators and journalists rally for action on the crisis of our times.
The debate is over. The science is in. Climate change is real, and it’s happening far more rapidly than previously expected. So, the question becomes, what on Earth can we do about it? As it turns out, plenty. And, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, to keep global warming to 1.50C above pre-industrial levels ‘requires rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society’. Including your breakfast. Here are some books that speak to the severity of our current climate crisis, and offer insights on how we can play our parts in addressing it.
Pripyat in the Ukraine is a place unlike anywhere else I have been. It is a place of utter despair.
The oldest suicide note was written in ancient Egypt about four thousand years ago.
It is worse, much worse, than you think.
Young people around the world are cracking open the heart of the climate crisis, speaking of a deep longing for a future they thought they had but that is disappearing with each day that adults fail to act on the reality that we are in an emergency.
Waste warrior Anita Vandyke shares her practical advice on how to shop sustainably.