How a visit to Iceland inspired a futurist novel of climate change and hope

Australian author Charlotte McConaghy brings 'Migrations' to the L.A. Times Book Club Feb. 24. Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Times'

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Three Short Works of Literature That Can Inspire You to Fight Climate Change

Libia Brenda, Hannah Onoguwe, and Vandana Singh recommend two short stories and a poem that can help you think differently about climate change. Continue reading at Slate

[ Slate | 2021-08-27 13:00:00 UTC ]
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Why Hope Is Dangerous When It Comes to Climate Change

Lots of people worry about climate change, but as David Wallace-Wells shows in his recent New York magazine piece, the future is almost certainly worse than you imagine. Drawing on a wide range of experts, he tracks how climate change could alter every aspect of planetary existence. Ocean... Continue reading at Slate

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Climate science may change minds. Climate sadness can change hearts.

In a series of letters, Daniel Sherrell shares his anger and guilt over the state of the planet. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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'The Gulf' Is A Climate Change Novel For A Changed World

Political temperatures rise and vicious storms pound the coast in Belle Boggs' witty debut, set in Obama's America. Continue reading at The Huffington Post

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On climate change, Russia and the U.S. are uncomfortably alike

Sixty years ago, the United States and the Soviet Union led the world in climate change science then spent decades ignoring or denying the science they had pioneered, two books show. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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How a public library helped my family cope with the effects of climate change

With the ongoing climate crisis, public libraries are a temporary refuge from extreme temperatures for low-income families like my own, writes Carol Eugene Park. Continue reading at CBC

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Religion Scholars Work to Inspire Positive Change

Scholars scour religious texts and teachings for a better way forward in new books from academic publishers. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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How science fiction can inspire humanity’s response to the climate crisis – podcast

The audio version of an in-depth article on how science fiction’s hopes and fears can inspire humanity’s response to the climate crisis. Continue reading at The Conversation

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This book explains actually helpful actions you can take to fight climate change

You may be sick of hearing over and over to recycle more or use a reusable bag. A new book called ‘Regeneration’ explains how you can support the changes that are truly needed. There’s one clear antidote for climate anxiety: If you can take strategic steps to address climate change, it begins to... Continue reading at Fast Company

[ Fast Company | 2021-09-21 07:00:55 UTC ]
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Blake designs cover for ShelterBox all-star climate change story

Sir Quentin Blake has designed the cover for Tamesis Street, a forthcoming climate change story by global disaster relief organisation ShelterBox featuring an all-star list of contributors. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Flint scoops two climate change titles in time for COP26 summit

Flint Books, an imprint of The History Press, has acquired two "urgent and instructive" titles on sustainability and climate change to publish in time for the COP26 summit in October.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Do Books to publish climate change book by Omond

Do Books will publish a book on climate change by non-binary eco-activist Tamsin Omond, who is also standing for election as a co-leader of the Green Party.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Mirror Books to publish ITV meteorologist Tobin's guide to climate change

Mirror Books will publish a guide to reducing your carbon footprint from ITV meteorologist and climate change expert Laura Tobin.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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What does climate change look like? Twelve photographers force us to confront reality.

“Human Nature” brings together the work of photographers documenting the earth’s altered landscape. It’s not all bad news. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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A global energy study that misses some climate change realities

Daniel Yergin is behind the curve on the activism, engineering and climate science reshaping the energy world, environmentalist Bill McKibben contends. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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In Matthew Baker’s ‘Why Visit America,’ the U.S. is an absurd place, but also full of hope

Baker’s short story collection brilliantly envisions everyday life for individuals in alternative Americas. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Bloomsbury steals Alam's 'electrifying' race, class and climate change novel

Bloomsbury has won a seven-way auction to secure Rumaan Alam's "unnerving" novel, Leave the World Behind, deciding to "crash" the book into its autumn schedule. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Puffin acquires 'truly original' picture book about climate change

Puffin has acquired The Bear in the Stars by debut author and print-maker Alexis Snell.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Malorie Blackman: 'Crossfire was inspired by the current political climate'

Malorie Blackman answers our questions about the fifth novel in her Noughts and Crosses series, Crossfire (Penguin), which has been shortlisted for the YA Book Prize 2020. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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