Compass Book Review: Our Shared Storm

Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad, Better,” my review of Andrew Dana Hudson’s new book Our Shared Storm was just published in the September issue of Vouge.

Just kidding. It’s the September issue of Compass, the Association of Professional Futurists’ magazine.

Our Shared Storm interprets the IPCCs Shared Socioeconomic Pathways as an interwoven set of novellas. My take away is there no one solution, no needle to thread. Only endless opportunities to break off from the baseline and chart a course towards a world that is a little bit better. And then one a little bit better than that.

Review in Compass, p. 93 →

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