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29 October – 4 November 2021


16 A different kind of Conservative Rachel Cunliffe meets Dehenna Davison

22 Who pays to save humanity? Philippa Nuttall on the cost of climate action

28 Don’t panic Adam Tooze debunks the “energy crisis”

33 Is Cop26 our last chance to act? Nicola Sturgeon on bringing world leaders to Glasgow

34 Our disappearing world Writers mourn what we’ve lost to climate change

51 The perks of persistence Elif Shafak on Bernardine Evaristo’s memoir-manifesto

65 The land of the midnight sun John Burnside considers the beauty of Norway

What cost? Philippa Nuttall on the price of saving the planet

How the climate changed us

Pioneer: Bernardine Evaristo

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