Graeme Maxton

Climate Change Activist, Economist and writer

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Graeme Maxton writes and speaks on climate change, energy, economics and the automotive industry. His latest book Globaler Klimanotstand (Global Climate Emergency) was published in 2020. He is an Advisory Board Member of the UNECE Pathways Project, and of Population Matters.

Download a pdf copy of the English edition of his previous book, Change! here

Download an Epub version of the English edition of his previous book, Change! here

Is there still a chance for humanity? SRF Sternstunde Philosophy Interview – in English and German.

The pandemic offers a unique chance for radical economic and social reform.

To slow the pace of climate change, the fossil fuel industry, aviation sector and auto business have to be dismantled. Until recently that was thought impossible. Covid-19 proves this wrong. The Coronavirus shows that it is possible to shut businesses overnight, cut greenhouse gas emissions and pay people during a transition.

The time for governments to act is not when the consequences of their negligence and folly have become overwhelming. It is now, with the transition led by those who have not been brainwashed by the economic virus that is killing the planet.

“A must read for every thinking person.” Prof Paul Shrivastava, Penn State University.

Two latest books by Graeme Maxton

Was muss geschehen, um eine bessere Welt zu bauen?

Seit Jahrzehnten wissen wir, dass der Artenverlust, die Verschmutzung und der Klimawandel immer mehr zunehmen. Wir wissen, dass menschliches Handeln diese Probleme verursacht und dass weitere Untätigkeit langfristig verheerende Konsequenzen haben wird. Dennoch wird die Situation immer schlimmer. Warum hat sich nichts geändert?

Wie und warum es dazu gekommen ist, welche Konsequenzen zu erwarten sind, und was wir Menschen im Einzelnen und als Gesellschaft tun sollten, ist Gegenstand dieses Buches.

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