Surviving Climate Change: The Struggle to Avert Global Catastrophe
edited by David Cromwell and Mark Levene
Pluto Press, 2007
Cloth: 978-0-7453-2568-2 | Paper: 978-0-7453-2567-5
Library of Congress Classification QC981.8.C5S9378 2007
Dewey Decimal Classification 363.73874

Climate change is a pressing reality. From hurricane Katrina to melting polar ice, and from mass extinctions to increased threats to food and water security, the link between corporate globalization and planetary blowback is becoming all too evident.
Governments and business keep reassuring the public they are going to fix the problem. This book brings together some leading activists who disagree. They expose the inertia,denial,deception-even threats to our civil liberties-which comprise mainstream responses from civil and military policy makers,and from opinion formers in the media,corporations and academia.
An epochal change is called for in te way we all engage with the climate crisis. Key to that change is Aubrey Meyer's proposed "Contraction and Convergence" framework for limiting global carbon emissions,which he outlines in this book. Also included here are contributions from Mayer Hillman and George Marshall, making this a powerful and vital guide to how mass mobilization can avert the looming catastrophe.

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