This website features a recently-published book by Christine Parkinson, with the book chapters set out as individual blogs. Thus, the oldest blogs from 2016 are the earliest chapters and the more recent are the later chapters. Chapters from the book itself can be found in the 2016 archives to the right.
Since the book was published, there has been much more information coming to light, so that all of the blogs more recent than 2016 contain recent information. Do sift through the archives list to find them all.
Extra postings are added on a regular basis, as new information comes to light. So, do read the latest blogs, which comment on very recent material mainly reported in the press.
“Three generations Left” can be ordered direct from the publishers, using the following link:
or can be ordered from the Amazon website, print on demand, as follows:
It is priced at £11.99 per copy in paperback or £4.99 for an ebook.
Whilst much of the book is viewable on this website, it is preferable for you to buy yourself a copy as, any profits from the sale of this book will be used to fund Christine’s son’s work amongst slum children in Uganda (www.cyen.org.uk). The last two years have been a difficult ones for this project (Chrysalis Youth Empowerment Network) as, due to the devaluation of the pound post-Brexit, monies sent from the UK to Uganda had lost much of their value.
Dr Christine Parkinson signing copies of her book at a 2017 seminar in Birmingham, organised by Planet Centred Forum, where Christine spoke on the subject of The Broken Cycles of Nature.
Christine also spoke to the United Nations Association Birmingham, for the Diana Stableforth Lecture, on 6th September 2017, on the subject of “The Role of the United Nations in Addressing Climate Change”.
In February 2019, Christine led a seminar at the West Midlands New Economic Group, entitled “The importance of keeping below 1.5ºC of global warming”, drawing on the IPCC Special Report (October 2018).
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