This changes everything : capitalism vs. the climate / Naomi Klein.
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- ISBN: 9781451697384
- ISBN: 1451697384
- Physical Description: x, 566 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2014.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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One way or another, everything changes -- The right is right : the revolutionary power of climate change -- Hot money : how free market fundamentalism helped overheat the planet -- Public and paid for : overcoming the ideological blocks to the next economy -- Planning and banning : slapping the invisible hand, building a movement -- Beyond extractivism : confronting the climate denier within -- Fruits, not roots : the disastrous merger of big business and big green -- No messiahs : the green billionaires won't save us -- Dimming the sun : the solution to pollution is pollution? -- Blockadia : the new climate warriors -- Love will save this place : democracy, divestment, and the wins so far -- You and what army? : indigenous rights and the power of keeping our word -- Sharing the sky : the atmospheric commons and the power of paying our debts -- The right to regenerate : moving from extraction to renewal -- The leap years : just enough time for impossible.
"Klein argues that climate change isn't just another issue to be neatly filed between taxes and health care. It's an alarm that calls us to fix an economic system that is already failing us in many ways. Klein ... builds the case for how massively reducing our greenhouse emissions is our best chance to simultaneously reduce gaping inequalities, re-imagine our broken democracies, and rebuild our gutted local economies"-- Provided by publisher.