What now for environmentalism? With Paul Kingsnorth, James Thornton and Martin Goodman

Paul Kingsnorth, former deputy-editor of The Ecologist, co-founder of the Dark Mountain Project and author of novels including The Wake and Beast, talks about his changing attitude to the environmental movement. Environmental lawyer James Thornton and writer Martin Goodman recount their travels from Poland to Ghana, Alaska to China, to see how citizens are using public interest law to protect their planet. Plus, critic Maria Delgado and biographer Adam Feinstein consider the lost poems of that Chilean lover of nature, Pablo Neruda.

Client Earth by James Thornton and Martin Goodman is published on the 11th of May.

Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist by Paul Kingsnorth is out now.
The World-Ending Fire: The Essential Wendell Berry selected and introduced by Paul Kingsnorth is out now.

Then Come Back: The Lost Neruda Poems, by Pablo Neruda is published on Thursday 27 April 2017.
Neruda a film by Pablo Larraín starring Gael García Bernal as a policeman searching for the Chilean politician Pablo Neruda played by Luis Gnecco is out in cinemas across the UK now.

Producer: Craig Templeton Smith.

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Wed 26 Apr 2017 22:00

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Role Contributor
Interviewed GuestPaul Kingsnorth
Interviewed GuestJames Thornton
Interviewed GuestMartin Goodman
Interviewed GuestMaria Delgado
PresenterPhilip Dodd
ProducerCraig Templeton Smith

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