For the next Green Books we’ll be talking to Jeremy Williams, author of the important and challenging new book: “Climate Change: Race, privilege and the struggle for climate justice”. He will be discussing the connection between climate and race as well as what can be done to bring about climate justice. Don’t miss this thought-provoking author who speaks with compassion and humility in our changing world.
We’re teaming up with our friends at Fairer World Lindfield to organise the talk. It starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are free.
For more details and to book a ticket, click on the button button below, which links through to Fairer World Lindfield’s Eventbrite posting.
About the Author
Jeremy grew up in Madagascar and Kenya; he now sees the effect of climate change in a place he calls home. He speaks with great depth and understanding on how history has shaped our response to this issue and how we can respond to become more aware of the world we are all part of. Many people think of racism as the actions and words of racists. Climate change is an example of structural racism – something that will affect people in different ways and can result in divides along racial lines.
About Green Books
This series of online talks with leading environmental writers is usually held the first Thursday of the month , from 7.30-8.30pm. The aim is to educate, engage and inspire! You can find out about other upcoming talks at greeningsteyning.org/greenbooks.
You can either book a free ticket or choose to make a small donation to help cover the costs of the event, and support the work of Greening Steyning and our ambitious 2030 Project. Just click on the booking link below.
You will receive an email from Eventbrite with Zoom login details.
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Order the Book
The wonderful Steyning Bookshop are also offering a 15% discount on this fantastic book. Just click on the link below to find out more.