Climate change and it’s near relations

Climate change is arguably the most urgent and important topic in the world today, but we feel that there is a dangerous misstep possible in narrowing our focus to solving climate and carbon solutions. Especially worrying is a too-heavy reliance on changing energy sources as a solution to our woes. Climate change is likely a symptom of general ecosystemic damage, as much as pollution, and ecological restoration is where we believe human effort should be concentrated.

That's just a humble opinion, of course, but perhaps it explains the mix of reading in the following list.




Eisenstein, Charles (2018): Climate. A new story. Berkeley California: North Atlantic Books.
Flannery, Tim F. (2010): Here on Earth. An argument for hope. Unabridged. [Coorparoo DC]: Text Publishing.
Gilding, Paul (2011): The great disruption. Why the climate crisis will bring on the end of shopping and the birth of a new world / Paul Gilding. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Press.

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