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How to Blow Up a Pipeline by Andreas Malm

How to Blow Up a Pipeline

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How to Blow Up a Pipeline by Andreas Malm
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Jan 05, 2021 | ISBN 9781839760259

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“If a livable world requires an all-over transformation, where and when and how do we start? Perhaps with this book, a provocative manifesto from the pioneering theorist of the climate age.”
—David Wallace-Wells, author of The Uninhabitable Earth

How to Blow Up a Pipeline is a challenge to the left, and an important one.”
—John Foster, The Battleground

“A short and gripping manifesto which aims to wrench the climate movement out of its complacency.”
Bright Green

“Timely … Malm delivers the essay in his usual lucid and fiery style.”
Ecologist

“One of the most important things written about the climate crisis.”
—Wen Stephenson, Los Angeles Review of Books

“A profoundly necessary book.”
—Scott W. Stern, Los Angeles Review of Books

“Advocates powerfully against despair and powerlessness.”
—Tatiana Schlossberg, New York Times

“Written passionately … Malm argues that it may be too late to avert climate crisis, but it is far from too late to ameliorate suffering.”
—Sawarin Suwichakornpong, Bangkok Post

“Malm offers a critical, passionate and hopeful assessment of where it might go next. Malm’s refreshing humanist ethos combined with his marxist radicalism make him one of the most exciting contemporary writers on the climate crisis, this forceful new entry into his repertoire is no exception, though perhaps a different beast from his more academic work.”
Political Economy Research Centre

“Refreshing and provoking.”
It’s Freezing in LA

How to Blow Up a Pipeline makes a strong case for looking beyond non-violent activism.”
VICE

“A humble and nuanced case … it’s hard to read this book without daydreaming about sabotaging the private jets of the ultra-rich.”
—Tim DeChristopher, Yes Magazine

“While the book does not live up to its titular promise of providing instructions to detonate a pipeline, it does make an unflinching case for carrying out such activities in advanced capitalist countries.”
—James Wilt, Canadian Dimension

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