Great Adaptations: In the Shadow of a Climate Crisis
By Morgan Phillips
Across ten captivating and beautifully illustrated chapters, Morgan Phillips recounts stories of adaptation from the air-conditioned pavements of Doha to the ‘fog catchers’ of Morocco. Great Adaptations is a call to action, pressing home the need for adaptations that are ecologically restorative and socially just.
Climate Adaptation: Accounts of Resilience, Self-Sufficiency and Systems Change
Edited by Arkbound Foundation
Where is the world really heading, and what can we do about it? This book takes an unflinching look at climate change, drawing upon the latest data to analyse what the next decades hold in store. For the first time ever, the magnitude of this challenge is faced head on, with avenues to truly address it presented. Case studies and models from 16 authors around the world show ways that we can build adaptation and resilience, as well as what ‘zero emissions’ really mean.
Breaking Free: A Guide to Recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Long Covid Symptoms
By Jan Rothney
As a former lecturer in Health and Social Care, a therapist and an experienced practitioner running her own ‘Reset to Thrive’ Recovery Programme, Jan Rothney shares her expertise and first-hand experience about recovering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Long Covid. The book shows why there is so much confusion surrounding these conditions and how they impact on recovery, at a time when the after effects of Covid are being felt across all of society.
A Journalism Handbook for Media Entrepreneurs
What does it take to become a journalist? How do journalists work, and is it possible to start your very own media outlet from scratch? Our comprehensive guide provides aspiring journalists the support they need to enter this exciting and fast moving industry.
Voices of Bristol: Gentrification and Us by Henry Palmer
Drawing on interviews, extensive research and his own experience growing up in the poorer quarters of Bristol, Henry Palmer, writes about the changing face of Bristol’s ghettos: the rough and ready upbringing that youths in these areas face the country over, and the shocking reality of rent hikes, institutional racism, homelessness and removal from the communities they once loved.
We invite book submission proposals for non-fiction works that cover climate change, the environment and social sciences.
Our publications aim to inspire people to think deeply about the world and provide space for innovation and revolutionary theories to arise. We are particularly keen on work that outlines alternative economic models, knowledge on building self-sufficient communities, narratives that tackle negative stereotyping and discrimination, or accounts that encourage a life-long curiosity and respect for the natural world.
Please bear in mind we receive many submissions so it may take us up to two weeks to respond. We aim to respond to all enquiries.