Doom, Faith and Sabotage

This week, ahead of COP26, Thea Lenarduzzi and Lucy Dallas are joined by David Wallace-Wells, the author of ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’, to discuss a flurry of new books on climate change and what to do about it, from quiet reflection to radical, explosive action; and the biographer of royals A. N. Wilson considers a lively new Life of King George V that suggests the monarch wasn’t that dull after all


‘Deep Adaptation: Navigating the realities of climate chaos’, edited by Jem Bendell and Rupert Read

‘How To Blow Up a Pipeline: Learning to fight in a world on fire’ by Andreas Malm

‘Saving Us: A climate scientist’s case for hope and healing in a divided world’ by Katharine Hayhoe

‘Geopolitics For the End Time: From the pandemic to the climate crisis’ by Bruno Maçães

'George V: Never a dull moment’ by Jane Ridley


Producer: Sophia Franklin


 

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