The climate crisis is a tangible reality, but collective fear, ignorance and denial will only get in the way of much-needed action. This is what climate activist Mikaela Loach lays out in her new book It’s Not That Radical: Climate Action to Transform Our World. “It is a book about active hope; about all that is possible once we let go of the baggage of the old world and have the bravery to step into – and build – a new one,” she writes.

The text positions itself as an introduction to climate justice, but it may also prove useful to those familiar with the topic, as it’s packed with ...


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