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On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal

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In "On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal," bestselling author Naomi Klein compellingly argues for transformative climate action framed within the broader context of social and economic justice. Published on September 17, 2019, this book captures over a decade of Klein’s insightful essays alongside fresh analyses, crafting a profound narrative on the urgency of the environmental crisis. Klein, a seasoned voice in the dialogue on economic impact on our planet, explores the intersection of climate change with issues such as rising white supremacy, border securitization, and societal inertia towards perpetual consumption. She journeys from the bleached skeletons of the Great Barrier Reef to the smoke-filled skies of the Pacific Northwest, illustrating the global and interconnected nature of environmental degradation. Suitable for college students and all readers interested in environmental justice, Klein’s work challenges us to envision a just and sustainable future, making a persuasive case for the Green New Deal as essential not only for environmental survival but for societal thriving. This book serves as a rallying cry, urging a reimagined relationship with our planet.
Published by Simon & Schuster on September 17, 2019
320 pages
ISBN: 9781982129910
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