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Build Back Green – The Electrifying Shock of the Green Revolution
John Redwood’s well-reasoned, compelling, and timely book, Build Back Green – The Electrifying Shock of the Green Revolution, reminds us there are consequences to the upcoming ‘transition to green’.
He claims, “we live in revolutionary times. A movement to harness the state to root carbon out of our lives has now entrenched itself in government as the prevailing policy. Joe Biden’s America joins hands with the European Union in declaring war on carbon dioxide. A clever China agrees in principle and corners the market in many green products, whilst still increasing her output of the unpopular gas.”
Dr Steven McCabe and Beverley Nielsen, Associate Professors at Birmingham City University continue the environment theme with a focus on manufacturing….
Ophuls warns, “we stand on the precipice of radical change, change that threatens to end both the modern way of life and the long period of relative peace since the end of World War II
Acclaimed novelist, television executive and screen writer Farrukh Dhondy has signed publishing company, Bite-Sized Books to publish his latest book: Hawk and Hyena – What Ever Happened to The Serpent, and to commercialise the TV and film rights. This is the remarkable, almost unbelievable, true story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj which adds radical and revealing new information to the story recently portrayed in the worldwide hit BBC/Netflix television series The Serpent.
Why not join us in Oxford at 5.30pm 9th November to attend the book launch of Morse, Lewis, Endeavour and Oxford? We’ll be streaming a live TV programme anchored by the Book’s editor, former BBC Producer John Mair, with special guests and contributors to the book.