In 2019, at the age of 21, Vanessa Nakate became Uganda’s first climate striker. She has been campaigning against inaction on climate change ever since, and in 2020, attended the World Economic Forum in Davos. It was here she realised that activists from African nations and the Global South are being expunged from the world of climate activism, with more focus being paid to white activists such as Greta Thunberg; in the official press photo from Davos, Nakate was photoshopped out. Part memoir, part manifesto, in A Bigger Picture Nakate discusses the links between the climate crisis, racism, feminism and economics, arguing that the only way to build a better future is to work together across nations, regardless of age, skin colour, location or wealth. Deeply personal and powerful, A Bigger Picture offers a fresh perspective from the frontlines of climate change.