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I initially thought I wouldn't be overly pushed on this book when I realised it was primarily an academic sociological work detailing why people don't act even when they are aware of climate change and accept that we are contributing to it. I had been expecting a preaching to the converted, why deniers are deniers, type book, but it is not that. I'm glad it wasn't what I had expected, and that I didn't give up on it (I'm not a big reader of academic sociological works) as it definitely opened my mind (and touched a few nerves) on the roles community and society can play in enabling those of us who do believe in AGW to either put it to one side or to even justify doing nothing.