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Mikaela - Climate Justice Activist publishes book!

Many congratulations to Mikaela Loach for the recent publication of her book It's Not That Radical: Climate Action to Transform Our World

The Guardian interviewed Mikaela in April to discuss her book and find out about her fight for climate justice. If you missed it,you can read the Guardian’s article here: ‘It’s my calling’: Mikaela Loach, rising star of the climate crisis campaign | Environment | The Guardian

The book It’s Not That Radical: Climate Action to Transform Our World can be purchased from a variety of booksellers and the publisher’s synopsis is below:

For too long, representations of climate action in the mainstream media have been white-washed, green-washed and diluted to be made compatible with capitalism.

We are living in an economic system which pursues profit above all else; harmful, oppressive systems that heavily contribute to the climate crisis, and environmental consequences that have been toned down to the masses. Tackling the climate crisis requires us to visit the roots of poverty, capitalist exploitation, police brutality and legal injustice. Climate justice offers the real possibility of huge leaps towards racial equality and collective liberation as it aims to dismantle the very foundations of these issues.

In this book, Mikaela Loach offers a fresh and radical perspective for real climate action that could drastically change the world as we know it for the benefit of us all. Written with candour and hope, It's Not That Radical will galvanise readers to take action, offering an accessible and transformative appraisal of our circumstances to help mobilise a majority for the future of our planet.

 

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