5 new BWB Texts in November 2015!

5 new BWB Texts in November 2015!

In November, BWB has released a record number of BWB Texts - 5 new ‘small books on big subjects’!

Towards a Warmer World: What Climate Change Will Mean for New Zealand’s Future by Veronika Meduna
As new thresholds are breached, acclaimed Radio New Zealand science writer Veronika Meduna explores our future in a warmer world. See the media release.

Wealth and New Zealand by Max Rashbrooke
Following his groundbreaking work on income inequality, Max Rashbrooke examines how wealth shapes our experience. Drawing on previously unpublished data, he explores what constitutes wealth in New Zealand. See the media release.

Why Science Is Sexist by Nicola Gaston
In this eye-opening BWB Text, Nicola Gaston, President of the New Zealand Association of Scientists, reveals the ways in which the discipline of science is sexist. See the media release.

Polluted Inheritance: New Zealand’s Freshwater Crisis by Mike Joy
Evidence presented here by ecologist Mike Joy demonstrates that intensive dairy farming has degraded our freshwater rivers, streams and lakes to an alarming degree. See the media release.

Home Truths: Confronting New Zealand’s Housing Crisis by Philippa Howden-Chapman
In this wide-ranging BWB Text, leading international housing researcher Philippa Howden-Chapman reveals how New Zealand has lost its way on housing. See the media release.

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