Six friendly, practical meetings to help you halve your carbon footprint

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Carbon Conversations board Why is climate change so easy to ignore?

Our new handbook offers empathy, encouragement and a practical path to anyone who feels concerned but lost, angry or powerless about this urgent topic. In Time for Tomorrow? will help you minimise your personal impact, confront our everyday denial, and give you the courage to speak out.

Publication date: January 14th 2015
Price: £11.99
212 pp, full colour, illustrated with more than 80 stories from people initiating change in their personal and collective lives.
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Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change, George Marshall UCL Department of Political Science,Thursday, 20 November 2014 from 17:15 (sharp) to 18:45Medical Sciences Building, Malet Place London WC1E... Read more
“In Time For Tomorrow?” is the title of the new Carbon Conversations book by Ro Randall and & Andy Brown, founders of Carbon Conversations. Re-writing the Carbon Conversations handbook and associated materials has been an enormous project... Read more
Naomi Klein turns her sharp, empathic intelligence to climate change in her new book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate (Allen Lane). Unusually for a political writer, she is interested in the psychological processes that underpin... Read more
Why our brains are wired to ignore climate changeGeorge Marshall, a founder of the Climate Outreach think tank, tries to get us talking productively in his intelligent and genial new book, “Don’t Even Think About It.” He visits with fellow... Read more
Freelance Project Coordinator for 4 month Climate Change Project The Himalayan Centre’s 'Leith Community Climate Change Project’ is looking for someone to coordinate weekly discussion sessions to support people in Leith to reduce their... Read more