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T0140309432We believe in free speech. We are against censorship. But in a state of emergency - different rules apply. And we face a planetary emergency.
Brilliant young physicist Jess Carpenter is determined to scale the heights of the high profile world of climate science with her controversial new theory on global warming. She thinks she can rely on Professor Berry to get professional recognition for her research. But Berry is also her lover, and when an old friend, who also happens to be Undersecretary for Climate Change, reappears in his life, sex, science and politics collide, and Jess wonders whose side he is really on. Glasshouse
lifts the lid on some of the vested interests and power games being played out in the highly charged world of climate science. But at its heart it is also a love story. The question is, will that love be irredeemably wounded by compromise, ambition and betrayal?
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