Living with the climate crisis : voices from Aotearoa / Tom Doig, editor.Material type: TextSeries: BWB textsPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Bridget Williams Books, 2020Description: 224 pages ; 18 cmContent type:
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- QC981.8.C5 L58 2020
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|Book: Standard||Hewitson Library, Presbyterian Research Centre||Paterson Collection||QC903 .L58 2020 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||21-294|
Includes bibliographical references.
1. Introduction: At first the details horrify ... / Tom Doig -- 2. A fight for our future / Maia Ingoe -- 3. Returning to live on our whenua / Aroha Spinks -- 4. Fakaalofa lahi atu: climate change stories from an Aotearoan-born tagata Niue / Jess Pasisi -- 5. The burning world / Meg Mundell -- 6. Climate, meet COVID / Shaun Hendy -- 7. Overcoming the tragedy of distance, cooperating with our friends' friends / Suzi Kerr -- 8. Climate justice is indigenous justice / Jacqueline Paul -- 9. Ask what your country can do for you / Patrick Crewsdon -- 10. Facing up to climate change: a life in science / James Renwick -- 11. Be a good tupuna: climate action today for our uri tomorrow / Tamatha Paul -- 12. Picking up the megaphone / Taa Ramsay Vili -- 13. One hundred days / Ollie Langridge -- 14. 'It's just there': clicking on the crisis / Ingrid Horrocks.
"The devastating summer of Australian bushfires underlined a terrifying sense of a world pushed to the brink. Then came Covid-19, and with it another dramatic lurch away from business as usual. Some observers are worried that the all-consuming effort to control the pandemic will distract us from the long term challenge of limiting catastrophic climate change. At the same time, many people are hoping for a 'green Covid-19 recovery': a cleaner, fairer and safer world. This BWB Text brings together Mātauranga Māori and Pasifika perspectives, voices from academia, activism, journalism and economics to bear witness to these troubled times"--Publisher information.