An anthology of essays bringing together renowned Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australian thinkers, scientists, activists and artists responding to the Black Summer of 2019-20. Their diverse voices confront the experience and ‘aftermath of our bushfires’ apocalypse with hope and vision.
Sharing for Survival recognises that official climate policy is dominated by states in thrall to fossil fuel and financial lobbies. It offers a realistic radical way to rapidly reduce emissions through stabilising the economy and ensuring social justice.
Dinosaurs couldn’t adapt fast enough to changes in atmosphere and climate. This illustrated book looks at the speed of climate change, asking if Homo sapiens have time to cope better.