Competition: win a copy of Why Net Zero is Not Enough by Holly Jean Buck

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Grace Crabtree

Sep 27, 2021

Competition: win a copy of Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Net Zero is Not Enough by Holly Jean Buck.

We've teamed up with publisher Verso to offer readers the chance to win one of four copies of Ending Fossil Fuels: Why Net Zero is Not Enough by Holly Jean Buck.

Ending the Fossil Fuel Industry is the only credible path for climate policy.

Around the world, countries and companies are setting net-zero carbon emissions targets. But what will it mean if those targets are achieved? One possibility is that fossil fuel companies will continue to produce billions of tons of atmospheric CO2 while relying on a symbiotic industry to scrub the air clean. Focusing on emissions draws our attention away from the real problem:  the point of production.  

The fossil fuel industry must come to an end but will not depart willingly; governments must intervene. By embracing a politics of rural-urban coalitions and platform governance, climate advocates can build the political power needed to nationalize the fossil fuel industry and use its resources to draw carbon out of the atmosphere.

Four lucky readers will win a copy of the book.

For your chance to win, pre-order STIR's Autumn Issue. You will automatically be entered into the competition.

Already a subscriber to the magazine? Opt-in to the competition draw here:

The competition is free to enter and closes 18th October 2021. Terms and conditions apply. Four winners will be selected at random and notified by email.

Terms and Conditions:

  1. This draw is open only for UK residents currently in the UK. Entrants must provide a valid GB address for the prize to be dispatched to.
  2. Multiple entries from the same email address will only be counted once.
  3. The draw closes on 18th October 2021. The winners will be notified by email. Please ensure that the details you use to enter the competition will be correct at the time the competition ends.
  4. A random draw of all valid entries will take place within seven working days after the closing date above to select the winners. Unsuccessful entrants will not be contacted.
  5. If a selected winner does not meet all of the entry conditions or refuses the prize, another entrant will be selected at random from the remaining eligible entries within a reasonable timeframe.
  6. Entry to the prize draw is conditional on acceptance of these terms and conditions. By entering this prize draw you are deemed to have read and accepted these terms.