Riders on the Storm by Alastair McIntosh

 

Climate change is the greatest challenge to humankind today. Whilst COVID-19 sheds a light on the vulnerability of our world, global warming will be permanent, indeed catastrophic, without a massive shift in human behaviour. Writer, activist and broadcaster Alastair McIntosh sums up the current knowledge. He shows that conventional solutions are not enough and offers a powerful vision for humanity that weaves together science, politics, psychology and spirituality.

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About the author

Alastair McIntosh is an independent writer, broadcaster, activist and honorary professor at Glasgow University. A human ecologist, he speaks widely on the challenging questions of our time including climate change, globalisation, land reform, community empowerment and nonviolence – with an emphasis on psychological and spiritual depth. He is the author of the bestselling Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power (Aurum), described by George Monbiot as ‘a world-changing book’, and Poacher’s Pilgrimage: An Island Journey (Birlinn), reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement as ‘fascinating, provocative and, occasionally, very funny’.