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Title All we can save : truth, courage, and solutions for the climate crisis / edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson & Katharine K. Wilkinson.

Edition First edition.
Publication Info. New York : One World, [2020]
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Description xxiv, 418 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Audience 1190L Lexile
Note 1190L Lexile
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-388) and index.
Summary "Two powerful phenomena are simultaneously unfolding on Earth: the rise of the climate movement and the rise of women and girls. The People's Climate March and the Women's March. School strikes for climate and the #MeToo movement. Rebellions against extinction and declarations that time's up. More than concurrent, the two trends are deeply connected. From sinking islands to drought-ridden savannas, the global warming crisis places an outsized burden on women, largely because of gender inequalities. In many parts of the world, women hold traditional roles as the primary caregivers in families and communities, and as the main providers of food and fuel, they are more vulnerable when flooding and drought occur; the U.N. estimates 80% of those who have been displaced by climate change are women. Women are on the front line of the climate-change battle, and are uniquely situated to be agents of change--to find ways to mitigate the causes of global warming and adapt to its impacts on the ground. Today, across the world, from boardrooms and policy positions to local communities, from science to activism, women everywhere are using their voices to take leadership and call for action on climate change. This anthology is a collection and celebration of these diverse voices, asking critical questions and providing invaluable insight and solutions. Curated by two climate leaders, this book leads us away from the brink and toward the possibility of a life-giving future"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Climatic changes -- Political aspects -- United States.
Climatic changes -- Social aspects -- United States.
Women and the environment -- United States.
Ecofeminism -- United States.
Environmental justice -- United States.
Environmental policy -- United States -- Citizen participation.
Added Author Johnson, Ayana Elizabeth, editor.
Wilkinson, Katharine K. (Katharine Keeble), 1983- editor.
Bastida, Xiye. Calling in.
Benyus, Janine M. Reciprocity.
Bass, Ellen. Big picture.
Mitchell, Sherri L., 1969- Indigenous prophecy and mother Earth.
Marvel, Kate. Handful of dust.
Odel, Lynna. November.
Brown, Adrienne Maree. What is emergent strategy?
Klein, Naomi, 1970- On fire.
Dillen, Abigail. Litigating in a time of crisis.
Piercy, Marge. To be of use.
ISBN 9780593237069 (hardcover)
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