Scientists are clear that urgent action is needed on climate
change, and world leaders agree. Yet climate issues barely trouble
domestic politics. This book explores a central dilemma of the
climate crisis: science demands urgency; politics turns the other
cheek. Is it possible to hope for a democratic solution to climate
change? Based on interviews with leading politicians and activists,
and the author's twenty years on the frontline of climate politics,
this book explores why climate is such a challenge for political
systems, even when policy solutions exist. It argues that more
democracy, not less, is needed to tackle the climate crisis, and
suggests practical ways forward.
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