World leaders and scientists agree that climate change is real, and around the world we can see its effects. Yet despite the scientific and political agreement, meaningful action by governments eludes us.
Bronwyn Hayward tackles this inertia head-on. In Sea Change, she argues that our best hope of combating climate change lies in people-driven climate action. She shows how to reclaim our status as political actors and come together to work towards social and climate justice.
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BWB Texts are short books on big subjects by great New Zealand writers. Spanning contemporary issues, history and memoir, new BWB Texts are released regularly, and the series now amounts to well over fifty works.
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Giovanni Tiso, 'Urgent Challenges', Landfall, 1 November 2018.
'Our collective environmental responsibility', Susannah Bailey, PSA Working Life, 1 July 2018.
'Book Review - Sea Change: Climate Politics and New Zealand', Robert McLauchlan, Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand (2018), 1-5.
'Climate change discussion', Otago Daily Times, 30 April 2018.
'Climate change: what about public agency?', Newsroom, 23 February 2018.
'Book review: Sea Change', Sarah-Jane O'Connor, Sciblogs, 23 November 2017.
'How will countries meet Paris Climate targets?', Nine to Noon, RNZ, 20 November 2017.