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It's Not That Radical
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Named in Forbes 2020 as one of the most influential women in the UK climate movement, twenty four year old powerhouse Mikaela Loach is a fourth-year medical student who also holds a degree in Global Health Policy. An influential climate activist, Mikaela Loach is on a mission to inform the masses through her focus on the climate crises and its intersections of anti-racism, feminism, ethical fashion, wealth inequality and refugee rights.

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“Practical, urgent: a clarion call for transformation from the front lines of the fight for people and planet.”
*Naomi Klein*

"Her debut book is a long-awaited read for anyone who is keen to understand the systemic causes of climate degradation and what we can do about it."
*DAZED*

"Practical and urgent - this is a clarion call for transformation from the front lines of the fight for people and planet. I have no doubt It's Not That Radical will become an indispensable toolkit for a new generation of activists"
*Naomi Klein, author of This Changes Everything*

“It’s Not That Radical is an empowering call to action for liberation for us all.”
*Nadia Whittome MP*

“This book will give you hope that a new world is possible.”
*Layla F. Saad*

“It’s refreshing to read someone who is educational, well-read and, crucially, hopeful about the future.”
*Aisling Bea*

“Outstanding, accessible and radical to the core”
*Tori Tsui*

“Mikaela is the real deal!”
*Emma Dabiri*

“An enlightening, emphatic must-read for everyone.”
*Yomi Adegoke*

“An accessible, practical toolkit that shows us the responsibility we all have in working towards a better climate future.”
*Cathy Reay*

“Grounding and groundbreaking.”
*Xiye Bastida*

“This book is not just world changing, it’s world saving.”
*Charlie Craggs*

“A powerful guide to climate activism and the true meaning of climate justice.”
*Jack Harries*

“A necessary read.”
*Leah Thomas*

“Climate justice made simple.”
*Kenny Ethan Jones*

“Mikaela’s transformative book reinvigorated by activism.”
*Bonnie Wright*

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