Humans have long seen our intelligence as good reason to impose our dominance on the planet. But the writer and artist James Bridle argues that the climate emergency should prompt a little humility.

Bridle has a background in artificial intelligence, but has turned to study the astonishing range of intelligence exhibited by natural non-human intelligence: everything from slime moulds that can solve complex logistical problems to octopuses that recognise human faces.The cover of Bridle's book