To build the political will to cut emissions, climate change must be personalized - and that requires storytelling. This is why a new genre, climate fiction – cli-fi for short – has so much potential. Leo Barasi writes.
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If you thought we had defeated the big trade and investment deals like TTIP and TPP think again. Privatized Planet exposes the myths about 'free trade' in this new age of globalization.
Self-government, or 'municipalism', is changing politics all over the world. This is a guide to winning back our towns and cities from below with real radical policies happening now; practical organizing strategies and tools; and profiles of 50 pioneering municipalist platforms from around the world.
Dissidents of the International Left features interviews with progressives, leftists, liberals, leaders of social movements, dissidents, anarchists and feminists from all over the world. Their views, in their own words, not previously published.
A boy's traumatized father comes home from the Second World War, but can’t make the transition to civilian life. This is a beautifully crafted graphic portrayal of PTSD and the consequences it can have on everyone around the person affected, especially if not acknowldeged and understood. A historical graphic novel of utmost relevance now.
Slave to Fashion explores and exposes modern slavery in the fashion industry with text, graphics and photos. Safia Minney shows us how exploitation can be eradicated by business and consumers.
Greater economic equality is beneficial to all people in all societies, both for the rich, the poor and the rest. The equality effect is demonstrable both nationally and internationally. These claims are contentious because their truth has only become evident recently, and because these findings contradict dominate views of many of the elite.