Planet on Fire featured in exalted company on Ann Pettifor‘s list of the top 10 books for a greener economy in the Guardian. Check out the list here: https://www.theguardian.com/books/2021/jun/02/top-10-books-for-a-greener-economy-ann-pettifor-green-new-deal
24th May 2021 I gave a talk at the Global Systems Institute at the University of Exeter that explored the grand strategy for re-stabilising the natural world – or lack thereof – and how this will have to increasingly contend with the destabilising consequences of the environmental emergency. Check out the video below and readContinue reading “Seminar: Into the Storm – Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter”
Mat and I had a great chat with Martha Dillon at It’s Freezing in LA! about Planet on Fire – which they also reviewed. Check it out: https://www.itsfreezinginla.co.uk/post/a-primer-for-ecosocialism
The adults claim to be back in charge. In a time of Covid and COP, what a difference it makes. Relief and excitement are growing in equal measure as world leaders move beyond the chaos of the Trump era and talk up their commitments to acting on the environmental emergency. But a profound question hangsContinue reading “Climate targets won’t meet themselves”
Flora Parkin reviewed Planet on Fire in the LSE blog: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/internationaldevelopment/2021/05/04/book-review-planet-on-fire-a-manifesto-for-the-age-of-environmental-breakdown-by-mathew-lawrence-and-laurie-laybourn-langton/
Mat and I chatted to Ed and Geoff about Planet on Fire and the dream of a better world as well as the nightmare into which we head.
We launched Planet on Fire at an online event with the World Transformed, chaired by Grace Blakeley.
Mat and I joined Aaron Bastani on Novara Media’s Downstream to talk about Planet on Fire.
Mathew Lawrence and I joined Grace Blakeley to discuss Planet on Fire on the A World to Win podcast.
We launched Planet on Fire at an IPPR webinar and were joined by Fatima Ibrahim and a lively audience.