As others stated, the book would probably be better named "Why to Blow Up a Pipeline".
Still, very good. Goes into detail about different forms of praxis in terms of violence. It emphasizes that direct violence to people should not be done, but explicitly advocates for sabotage of the fossil fuel industry and luxuries. I liked how it also noted that violent praxis, when paired with pacifistic praxis, could be an effective way to make the less violent praxis more palatable. Like the carrot and the stick. Most importantly, in my eyes, it dedicates time to show how climate doomerism makes very little sense, and why it must be avoided.