Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik is a young journalist and activist. His work has been published in Pacific Standard, Open Democracy and New Internationalist. He is the co-founder and co-editor of The World at 1C, a communications initiative designed to humanise the ecological crisis and clarify its causes.
`As we navigate our way through the Anthropocene, we need young writers' voices more than ever. Clear, poetic and full of insight, Voskoboynik's book offers an exhilarating introduction to our ecological crisis, what caused it, and how we can imagine a better future.'- Jason Hickel, anthropologist at Goldsmiths University and author of The Divide: A Brief Guide to Global Inequality and its Solutions; `This book is a timely call to action to prevent climate breakdown. Those who care about protecting this planet should read Daniel's work - and prepare to build a new way of living.'-Caroline Lucas, Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales; `What is missing in climate change literature are bold, compelling voices, accounts that are accountable to the dignity of the afflicted... Daniel's work is a beacon in this regard.'Asad Rehman, Executive Director of War on Want