Update on Greta Thunberg with Latest Appeal, ‘The Climate Book’

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Update on Greta Thunberg with Latest Appeal, ‘The Climate Book’
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“[Greta Thunberg], the 20-year-old climate activist put tgether a reading list for determined citizens willing to mobilize for a just and sustainable future,” writes Michael Svoboda who reviewed the book for Yale Climate Connections. “Did we really need another overview on climate change,” he asks. “Yes, I can say after reading “The Climate Book.” Yes, we do. It’s the most ambitious, wide-ranging, and hard-hitting collection I have ever encountered. “‘The Climate Book’ is divided into five parts: ‘How Climate Works,’ ‘How Our Planet Is Changing,’ ‘How It Affects Us,’ ‘What We’ve Done About It,’ and ‘What We Must Do Now.’ But the book seems animated by one governing goal: to recruit and (re)educate dedicated climate activists. And all of us, Thunberg makes clear, have much to learn—and unlearn: ‘How can we undo our failures if we are unable to admit that we have failed?’” Yale Climate Connections for Environmental Communication (yaleclimateconnections.org, February 21, 2023)
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