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Further reading

further reading

Want to read more about The Great Transitions?

We have created a collection of reading materials by week for even more depth. Hopefully you will enjoy it.

Behrens, P, The Best of Times, The Worst of Times, Futures from the Frontiers of Climate Science, 2020 Indigo Press. (you can read the first chapter here online)
Iā€™m (Paul) going to suggest my book again because I talk a lot about the difficulties of common action in my book ā€“ describing the problems with media, politics, power, inequality, and more.

Orr, D., Down to the Wire: Confronting Climate Collapse, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2019, p. 189
An excellent analysis of the politics and science surrounding climate change, exploring many of the themes in this week including the media and politics. Beautifully written.

Meadows, D., Thinking in systems: A Primer
This book is great for introducing you to different systems and how they interact. It gives you an overview of how you can apply concepts such as feedbacks to systems you might like to explore

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