Resources available in Resource Centre on Climate Change
THE CITIZEN’S GUIDE TO CLIMATE SUCCESS – Mark Jaccard
A professor of sustainable energy at Simon Fraser University. Jaccard has a PhD in economics from the University of Grenoble. He has helped many governments with climate-energy policy, including serving on the China council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
He says that for climate success, we need to understand the combined role of self- interested and wishful thinking biases that prevent us from acting effectively and strategically.
A GOOD WAR – Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency – by Seth Klein. Klein was the founding British Columbia Director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives for over two decades and has been immersed in climate change and inequality issues for his working life. He is currently an adjunct professor in urban studies at Simon Fraser University.
“This is the blueprint for rapid societal transformation that we’ve all been waiting for. A Good War is a fascinating, timely and strategic guide for creating a better world.” – Ziya Tong, author of “The Reality Bubble” and science broadcaster (former co-host of Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet).
Mandate Magazine (Winter 2020) “Climate Justice activists in the Church” Why the climate crisis is a spiritual crisis – is one of the articles.
Activist Alphabet- Donna Sinclair – This book is a good guidance for those working for change.