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It’s Not That Radical with Mikaela Loach

Talks
  • 11/06/24
  • 19:00 - 21:00
  • £5 to £10

More details: https://www.headfirstbristol.co.uk/whats-on/strange-brew/tue-11-jun-it-s-not-that-radical-with-mikaela-loach-107779#e107779


The mainstream conversation around climate change has been white-washed, green-washed and diluted to be made compatible with capitalism for too long. To get to the true roots of the climate crisis requires facing systemic issues of poverty, capitalist exploitation, police brutality and legal injustice.

Climate justice offers just this and a hopeful manifesto for collective liberation and a better, holistic future.

It’s Not That Radical empowers readers to reflect on and change how they think about climate, helping us all mobilize for a better future.

Join Mikaela Loach and the Bristol Cable for a live fireside chat, followed by an audience Q+A and book signing.

Mikaela Loach is the best-selling author of It’s Not That Radical: Climate Action To Transform Our World, a climate justice activist, co-host of
The YIKES Podcast is a writer and former medical student based in Brighton. In 2020, Forbes, Global Citizen and BBC Woman’s Hour named Mikaela as one of the most influential women in the UK climate movement. In 2021, she was one of three claimants on the “Paid To Pollute” case who took the UK government to court over the huge public payments they give to fossil fuel companies every year. Her work focuses on the intersections of the climate crisis with oppressive systems and making the climate movement a more accessible space. “It’s Not That Radical: Climate Action To Transform Our World” was published in April 2023 by Dorling Kingsley and is Mikaela’s first book.

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