ecoSane Responses


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(Alphabetical by first name • Click name to view compiled material)
Note: does not necessarily endorse every idea, position, policy or perspective advocated for by any given figure listed.

  • Al Gore —,, Alliance for Climate Protection, An Inconvenient Truth
  • David Spratt — Carbon Equity, Climate Code Red (Australia)
  • Derrick Jensen — Soon!
  • Evo Morales — Soon!
  • George Monbiot —, Heat: How to Stop the Planet from Burning
  • Gwynne Dyer —, Climate Wars
  • James Hansen — Storms of My Grandchildren, NASA
  • Lester Brown — Plan B 4.0, State of the World, Earth Policy Institute, Worldwatch Institute
  • Maude Barlow — Soon!
  • Richard Heinberg — Richard, Post Carbon Institute, Energy Bulletin, numerous books
  • Thomas Friedman —, Hot, Flat & Crowded



David Spratt

Above – Climate Code Red Co-Author David Spratt Explains Solutions, Part 3, Public Forum, Tasmania (9:08)

In the new book, Climate Code Red: The Case For Emergency Action, Authors David Spratt and Philip Sutton argue that, in order to return to a 'safe climate', not only must we reduce carbon emissions 100% as quickly as possible by declaring an urgent global state of emergency in order to get beyond the suicidal denial of 'business as usual' (Read: The Perils Of Playing Nice), we must also figure out a way to remove excess carbon from the atmosphere.

CCR: Main Site
CCR: 4 page PDF summary (when page loads, scroll to document)
CCR: The Perils of Playing Nice (Excerpt)
CCR: blogeye (CCR Excerpts, Parts 1-5)
Essential Video – Co-Author David Spratt Explains The Problem, Part 1, Public Forum, Tasmania (10:58)
Essential Video – Co-Author David Spratt Explains The Problem, Part 2, Public Forum, Tasmania (10:54)