Experts Tell Us the Best Books To Read About Climate Change

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Books To Read About Climate Change. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Climate Crisis by David Archer

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If you are concerned about the climate, this book can help inform your decisions. The graphics and text in The Climate Crisis provide a concise overview of how our planet is changing with time – what we know so far, and what to expect going forward. If you’re looking for more information on global warming or just want an easy-to-read introduction to the subject matter then grab yourself a copy today!

The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert

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The sixth extinction is a remarkable book on the demands in protecting biodiversity. All the lessons are here, in Kolbert’s graceful, available prose: sea levels increasing, deforestation, the diffusion of disease-carrying species. But she also cleans dark, affording an academic history of “extinction” and ranks in context the tragedies ahead by coping with how life on Earth ended and was recreated in the distant past. “By breaking into these policies,” Kolbert writes, “we’re turning our endurance in danger.”

False Alarm by Bjorn Lomborg

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Of all the books I have read about climate change, this is the one that stays stuck in my mind the most. If someone asks me which book I would highly recommend, then this is it – False Alarm by Bjorn Lomborg. It is a well-written, superb, and very compelling context. It discusses the root cause, who are most severely affected, and the disturbing potentials that could happen to the world if it gets worse. It is definitely a must-read book!

Tales of Two Planets by John Freeman

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Read this climate change book to find out stories from Haiti to Bangladesh, from those who hail from places under the most critical stress from the climate crisis. Tales of Two Planets includes essays, fiction, poems, and reportage from around the world to illustrate the dreadful inequalities that are further exacerbated by climate change, bringing further human context to your understanding of a complex crisis.

The New Climate War by Michael E. Mann

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Distinguished Atmospheric Science Professor, Michael E. Mann, recently published. The New Climate War to pull readers out of climate despair and educate them on how to take action on this battle for our planet. Mann describes how fossil fuel corporations have waged a thirty-year campaign deflecting blame and liability for climate change. Their successful campaign placed an inordinate emphasis on individuals as important for fixing climate change, leaving many individuals to feel responsible about a crime they did not commit. Mann offers a plan for forcing our governments and companies to wake up and make positive changes while giving readers a pathway to join the movement.

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