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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.

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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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Despite the urgency of climate change, most people close their eyes, turn away turn away and hope someone else will sort it out. It's not that we're bored, writes psychotherapist Rosemary Randall - we're more likely to be fearful, anxious or... Read more
Despite the urgency of climate change, most people close their eyes, turn away turn away and hope someone else will sort it out. It's not that we're bored, writes psychotherapist Rosemary Randall - we're more likely to be fearful, anxious or... Read more
12:30 - 13:30 20 February Town Library, Church Square, St Andrews, KY16 9NNMeet Rosemary Randall and Andy Brown, authors of "In Time For Tomorrow?" Hear what Rosemary and Andy, founders of Carbon Conversations, say about how they wrote  "... Read more
CLIMATE CHANGE QUESTION TIMEWednesday 11th February 2015 at 18:00Panellists to include: Economist, LSE, Lord Nicholas Stern; climate scientist, UCL,Chris Rapley CBE; Green Party member of the London Assembly, Baroness Jenny Jones;... Read more
Monday 9th February, 6pm – 7.30pm.Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge.Drinks available from 6pm with the talk beginning at 6.30pm.Further details from Rosie Amos ra395@cam.ac.uk or book at Eventbright