Too Hot to Handle?: The Democratic Challenge of Climate Change (Paperback)Rebecca Willis (author)
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Publisher: Bristol University Press
Number of pages: 162
Dimensions: 203 x 127 mm
"The political process that is central to our democracy is faltering just as we need it most to lead on the climate crisis. Rebecca Willis articulates the problem elegantly and outlines options with great insight." Juliet Davenport, Good Energy
"A wonderful insight into the evolution of democracy that we need in order to deal with the climate crisis - and, even better, says what any of us can do to help bring that change about." Mike Berners-Lee, Lancaster University and author of There is No Planet B
"Understanding the messy relationship between science and politics is key to delivering on the Paris climate commitments. In this book Rebecca Willis helps navigate a progressive course through these stormy waters." Kevin Anderson, Universities of Manchester (UK) and Uppsala (Sweden)
"Asks the most important question in today's Climate Emergency: how can we manage the most comprehensive transition in the history of humankind while putting citizens at the heart of it? The answer is to ramp up the opportunities for more democratic engagement at every level." Jonathan Porrit, Forum for the Future
"Politics and business as usual has failed us on climate - that's why I joined Extinction Rebellion. Rebecca Willis argues convincingly that we will find a way through the climate and ecological crisis by renewing democracy, not ignoring it." Farhana Yamin, environmental lawyer
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