Climate change and us

A boy and a rabbit traveling the world to discover how to save the planet


Rodrigo Lara Serrano

Ilustrations by
Pablo Luebert

What changes when we talk about «climate change»? What is the new thing that brings this to our planet, which is characterized by its natural cycles, and to our societies, which celebrate eternal change? Touring the world, Teo and his rabbit «Lion» take us on a walk to understand the greenhouse effect, global warming, microplastics, ecosystems, insectaggedon, permafrost (with their mammoths buried thousands of years ago), and many more challenges. Some as close as the effects of the gas with wich we cooked at home and others as far away as the Antarctic penguins or the Big Ben hamburger. Climate change and us seek to provide a clear, integrated and historical view of the elements that shape the most important external phenomenon that will influence our lives, and that of our children and grandchildren. It also calls us to think and act to ameliorate or avoid it and alter, for good, humanity’s horizon.

Chapters: Invisible as a salad made of gases, the atmosphere that protects us/ Methane gas, the most transparent villain / With great evils, come great remedies. Geoingeniering, solutions larger than life / Welcome to the planet Cow or Chickendzilla! How to devour the whole world! / Ecosystems: excuse me, we are working for you / And the oceans that, plasticized, bathe us/ Climate migrants / And now what?

  • Size: 22,5 x 28 cm
  • Pages: 88
  • Year: 2020
  • ISBN: 978-956-9844-15-7
  • Printed release date: May 2020

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