Climate Justice is an inspiring and empowering book, which tells deeply humane stories of ordinary people (mostly women) affected by the climate change. I love that the book is written in such an accessible and sympathetic way that is understandable even for people, who do not have that much knowledge about the topic. On the other hand, even if you know a lot about the climate change, the book is still worth reading just for the sake of the stories and inspiration that you might take from them. From my point of view, simple and real stories about ordinary people from all over the world are a powerful way to encourage others to do their best to fight for global climate justice. It works much more better for me than reading only bare scientific facts or abstract theories.