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This is not your typical book about climate change. It is about how our psychological, cognitive and social nature as human beings deals and can deal with a phenomenon such as climate change. A very useful complement to Naomi Klein's This changes everything. The narration is intelligent and engaging.
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I've been following this area of thinking for a while and not till now have I come across such an insightful perspective that looks at this issue from angles and gets at the nub of it. Well done and I hope those in policy get exposed to it.
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Interesting, well researched book with some good ideas in it. But its tedious at times, perhaps repetitive. The author is a bit apologetic and pessimistic. He seems to ignore the basic issue that the public have been hoodwinked by the fossil fuel lobby into thinking that climate change is not the critical, urgent issue that it is. And to overlook the basic fact that it is political leadership that is really needed here. Well written and read and if you can stay the distance there are some useful ideas here.
Very good book which is required reading for all but I did find the narrator hard to listen to so I would have prepared to perhaps have read this book and not listened to it.
An extremely interesting book about the thought processes behind environmental and social action. Would highly recommend.
Overwhelming the ways we can refute climate change. But written with humour and ultimately providing ways to navigate the rocky human psyche.