Climate: Our Right To Breathe
6.5" x 9"
336 pages, Illustrations in color and BW
An anthology of essays and artistic contributions from more than 25 voices with diverse practices and backgrounds, ‘Climate: Our Right to Breathe’ is a response to climate change and the toxic politics of today. They highlight the urgent need for collective strategies and solidarity to protect the vulnerable and marginalised communities forced to endure the worst effects of climate crises because of racialised capitalism. Opening with an introduction from the editors and ‘The Universal Right to Breathe’ by Achille Mbembe, the rest of the book is divided into four sections: ‘Commodification, Energy & Extraction,’ ‘Land & Food Sovereignty,’ ‘Toxicity & Healing,’ and ‘Shelters.’