New book confronts the intersection between mobility and the climate crisis

New book confronts the intersection between mobility and the climate crisis
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A new book by Stephanie Sodero of the HCRI explores the intersection between fossil fuel-powered mobility and climate change and how communities and mobility need to be revolutionized in Sodero's homeland of Canada and beyond in the context of climate change.

"Under the Weather: Reimagining Mobility in the Climate Crisis" by Sodero, the Lecturer in Climate Change and Health, is published by McGill-Queen's University Press and comes out on November 15, 2022.

"My home was hit by Hurricane Fiona just a few weeks ago, causing much disruption and devastation," said Sodero. "I hope the book will shape conversations about and community resilience on the ground with policy makers, transport managers, climate advocates, and many more.

"While writing was a long road, the book and its ideas are only increasing in relevance as communities near and far are confronted with climate impacts on their doorsteps."

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