"An unusual and rather good memoir"

By Jeremy Williams
Make Wealth History

The Right to Be Cold (Sheila Watt-Cloutier)In telling this story, Watt-Cloutier hasn’t needed to write a book about climate change. The Right to be Cold is her life story. The devastating effects she describes are just how things have unfolded in her town and amongst her community, and I found her story moving and humbling.

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