The Climate Book: Greta Thunberg's 'impassioned anthology' on climate change

What the reviewers are saying about the climate activist's new book

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg
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When Greta Thunberg first started making headlines as a teen for leading school strikes outside of the Swedish parliament, she "promised she would never stop calling out leaders and governments for refusing to take strong enough actions to mitigate climate change," Rob Merrill writes for The Associated Press. Five years later, Thunberg has become one of the most recognized voices in climate activism and remains "blunt as ever" in her latest book project. "Leaving capitalist consumerism and market economics as the dominant stewards of the only known civilization in the universe will most likely seem, in retrospect, to have been a terrible idea," she writes in The Climate Book.

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