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Book launch: ‘Climate Adaptation’

Book launch: 'Climate Adaptation'

Flyer design with teal background. Images of Mitchell Library, map location, and book cover for 'Climate Adaptation'. Text reads: Book Launch. Join us for an exclusive event with guests Renuka Thakore, Jane Riddiford & Rupert Read. 2-4pm, Saturday 30th October 2021, Mitchell Library, North Street, Glasgow G3 7DN. Get your free ticket on eventbrite.co.uk. Plus social media icons for Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Come to our in-person book launch for our upcoming publication, Climate Adaptation: Accounts of Resilience, Self-Sufficiency and Systems Change at the Mitchell Library on Saturday 30th October.

This book will showcase real sustainable alternatives to the current socio-economic model of extraction and exploitation of people and the environment in order to provide a constructive and informative vision of a positive future.

Our event will consist of three of our authors giving talks about their pieces in the book and the themes that extend from this, with 45 minutes of talking, 30 minutes for a Q&A session and 30 additional minutes for mixing and book signing.

Authors at this event:

  • Rupert Read, an environmental philosopher who focuses on Transformative Adaptation
  • Renuka Thakore, founder of Global Sustainable Futures, who is contributing to a piece about the effects of climate change on oceans
  • Jane Riddiford, founder of Global Generation, who focuses on community gardens in London.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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October 30
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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Mitchell Library
North Street
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G3 7DN United Kingdom
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