It was a hazy Sunday morning here in Singapore when the race started.
The good news is, we already have the solutions in hand – we just need to deploy them hard and fast!
One way to think about this is through the lens of climate justice, across time and space! Time, because this is about generational justice. Space, because it’s just as much about geographic justice.
What does climate change mean? A better way to describe it might be climate disruption, because of just how fast it’s marching, and how it threatens to disrupt life on our planet.
Now that we know the pie is finite, how do we share what’s left?
Thanks to the fantastic team at Eco-business.com for this in-depth review of the book!
Is climate change getting you down? Why not check out over a hundred cartoons that will make even the most fatigued among us crack a smile (or two)! Fish getting acid face peels? Polar bears getting it on with grizzlies? Noah’s Ark becoming a bit of a squeeze?