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Forget Me Not Finding the Forgotten Species of Climate-Change Britain

Nature Writing New
By: Sophie Pavelle(Author)
352 pages, no illustrations
Forget Me Not
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  • Forget Me Not ISBN: 9781472986214 Hardback Jun 2022 In stock
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Forget-me-not – a beautiful blue flower and a plea from our island's wildlife. When climate change has driven dozens of our most charismatic species to extinction, will they be forgotten?

Like many of her generation, science communicator Sophie Pavelle is determined to demand action on climate change. In her hilarious and thought-provoking first book, she describes the trips she took to see ten of the UK's rare species first-hand: species that could disappear entirely by 2050 and be forgotten by the end of the century if their habitats continue to decline at their current rate.

Setting out to find, observe and learn about them, Sophie challenged herself to journey in the right way – the low-carbon way. So she travelled the length of Britain on foot, by bicycle, in an electric car, by kayak, on cargo ferries and in lots and lots of trains. From Bodmin Moor in the southwest to the Orkney Islands in the far north, Sophie encountered animals on the front line of climate change in Britain. Which are going to be seriously affected, and why? Which species might turn the corner and bounce back from the brink? And are some already doomed?

Searching for them in their native habitats, Sophie enlisted the help of experts to explain the obstacles to survival that each species faces and find out what can be done to mitigate the crises that loom ever-closer with every flick of the kettle switch and every swing of a forester's axe.

Forget Me Not is a clarion call: we all need to play our part in tackling this most existential of threats. Everyone can see stunning wildlife in the British Isles without contributing to its destruction. In this irreverent and lighthearted book, Sophie shows us that we can dare to hope. Journey with her, and you may even be inspired to do what it takes to turn the tide and head out on your own low-carbon wildlife adventure.

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Nature Writing New
By: Sophie Pavelle(Author)
352 pages, no illustrations
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