We are a group of authors who believe in the necessity of climate action, immediately and absolutely.
Fiction is one of the best ways to inspire passion, empathy and action in readers. Our works raise awareness of climate change, and encourage action at the individual, corporate and government levels.
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The original prototype for my novel America City was a short story I wrote in 2012 about an American politician called Stephen Slaymaker. I wanted to write about global warming, and the context of the story was an America in about a hundred years’ time, that was already almost completely closed off to climate refugeesContinue reading “Good guys and bad guys: a writer’s perspective by Chris Beckett”
Give me Hope, Jones. Bijal Vachharajani talks to Josh Lacey about his Hope Jones Middle Grade series. When I was studying climate change in Costa Rica, one of the things that stuck with me amidst all the doom and gloom we knew to expect, was that hope is what keeps the world spinning. Because withoutContinue reading “John Lacey talks about Hope Jones”
As I am writing this in the early days of July 2021, Kevo weather station at the northernmost tip of Finland has just registered the second-hottest ever temperature measured in Finnish Lapland since records began, and the hottest in over a century. Sweden and Norway have (once again) seen some record-brushing temperatures for June; newsContinue reading “The Arctic on Fire: A Nordic Perspective on Climate Fiction by Emmi Itäranta”