Look no further for your latest beach read, commuting companion or Saturday morning spoil. This selection will do more than just score you some literary points – they'll get your inner eco warrior informed.
Everything may seem completely hopeless when you look at the current state of environmental politics, but never fear. Naomi Klein's latest book is here to tell you her analysis of how Trump, June's General Election and Corbynism came about, and most importantly, what we're going to do now to move forward.
David Goodrich, ex-Director of the UN Global Climate Observing System in Geneva, travels 4,200 miles around the US to document not only his journey, but various scientists' views of climate change and its repercussions on different states.
A breezy environmentalist's handbook for chic sustainable living, minus the unrealistic sacrifices. Your go-to for vegan cocktail recipes, how to make your own toothpaste and sustainable travel tips.
The revolution of plastic in the modern world is something that we can barely contemplate, due to its magnitude. Freinkel's book reports its advance into our daily lives, and the impact it has had since.
We are at a point where we need to be told the cold, hard facts about the world around us. Going beyond climate change, Cribb negotiates the ten biggest challenges facing us as a global society, from pandemic disease to WMD. Real stuff.
It really does. If you want to know what is at the core of our climate crisis, look no further than capitalism. Forget everything you thought you knew about global warming and prepare to have your current lifestyle shook up.
If imagining London submerged underwater due to melted ice caps doesn't cause you to re-assess how you think about climate change, we don't know what will. A haunting 20th century sci-fi novel that stands the test of time after 55 years.
So much of what we believe about our environment, our health, our entire lives, is from what experts tell us. But what if what these experts tell us isn't actually true? Navigate the lives of the experts that have planted doubt about the risks of smoking and global warming, and make your own decision.
First published in 1989, Mckibben's plea for human protection of our global ecosystem is even more important today than ever. The revised edition contains updated statistics regarding the state of our natural world, an urgent call to action.