Clean energy entrepreneur and ”thought leader” punches solidly with “Saving the Planet Without the Bullshit: What They Don’t Tell You About the Climate Crisis,” tackling in over two dozen info-packed, straight-talking chapters aspects of the climate crisis and its possible solutions. Mostly he confirmed a view I have held for five years, namely that ”it’s all about zeroing fossil fuels, forget everything else, period.” Individual actions and accountability are important, he preaches (in this case, to the converted), but often deliberately distracting, and under this rubric he includes plastics recycling, tree planting, offsets, veganism, flight shaming, corporate ESG, and so on. Pour opprobrium on cruise ships, fight for insects, ride a bike, hit the top ninety sinners, and so on. Employing a sizzling, fact-laden style, the author makes every chapter a revelation or helpful synthesis. Even if you think you know it all, Saving the Planet Without the Bullshit is a delightful ride and essential companion.