Organizer Daniel Sherrell's first book examines growing up during the climate crisis
Daniel Sherrell is a millennial climate activist and organizer born who helped lead the campaign to pass landmark climate justice legislation in New York and is the recipient of a Fulbright grant in creative nonfiction. "Warmth" - his first book – is an exploration of how young people live in the shadow of catastrophe. It is a new kind of book about climate change: not what it is or how we solve it, but how it feels to imagine a future under its weight. It is a personal account written from inside the climate movement, where Sherrell lays bare how the crisis is transforming our relationships to time, to hope, and to each other. Warmth goes to the heart of the defining question of our time: how do we go on in a world that may not?