By Ian Woollen, Resilience.org
A comic novel about climate change? Anymore, it’s either laughter or tears. The comedy here works as a sweetener to help the reader swallow a harsher message. That climate change threatens not only our external Mother Earth, but also our internal planets. Thus, the main character, Gil Moss, a psychologist, proposes a new category of DSM diagnoses: Eco-Mood Disorders. One symptom being the loss of any ability to feel ‘at home’.