For those who get the science and want some inspiration, The Handbook: Surviving and Living with Climate Change offers stories and advice from individuals who are already doing amazing things to combat and deal with climate change. From facing fear and determining risk; deciding where to live and with whom; providing your own food, power and water; to addressing our relationship to possessions and dealing with the sadness of climate change, The Handbook is an empowering and positive read.
Jane Rawson won 2014’s Most Underrated Book Award for her novel, A Wrong Turn at the Office of Unmade Lists and is co-author of The Handbook. We’re delighted to welcome her back to Canberra, in conversation with Rod Lamberts, deputy director of the National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, ANU.
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