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        Climate Change Reads (10 books)

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        Tentacle

        by Rita Indiana & Achy Obejas

        Plucked from her life on the streets of post-apocalyptic Santo Domingo, young maid Acilde Figueroa finds herself at the heart of a Santería prophecy: only she can travel back in time and save the ocean –...


        Losing Earth

        by Nathaniel Rich

        By 1979, we knew nearly everything we understand today about climate change--including how to stop it. Over the next decade, a handful of scientists, politicians, and strategists, led by two unlikely heroes,...


        Flight Behavior

        by Barbara Kingsolver

        "Kingsolver is a gifted magician of words."

        Time

        The extraordinary New York Times bestselling author of The Lacuna (winner of the Orange Prize), The Poisonwood Bible (nominated for the Pulitzer Prize), and...


        Chesapeake Requiem

        by Earl Swift

        THE NEW YORK TIMES?BESTSELLER?

        A brilliant, soulful, and timely portrait of a two-hundred-year-old crabbing community in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay as it faces extinction.

        A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR: Washington...


        Buzz

        by Thor Hanson

        Bees are like oxygen: ubiquitous, essential, and, for the most part, unseen. While we might overlook them, they lie at the heart of relationships that bind the human and natural worlds.?

        In?Buzz, the award-winning...


        Eaarth

        by Bill McKibben

        "Read it, please. Straight through to the end. Whatever else you were planning to do next, nothing could be more important." --Barbara Kingsolver

        Twenty years ago, with The End of Nature, Bill McKibben offered...


        The Ends of the World

        by Peter Brannen

        One of Vox’s Most Important Books of the Decade

        New York Times Editors' Choice 2017

        Forbes Top 10 Best Environment, Climate, and Conservation Book of 2017

        As new groundbreaking research suggests that climate...


        Bugged

        by David MacNeal

        "Creepy, beautiful, icky and amazing." --Penny Le Couteur, author of Napoleon's Button

        Insects have been shaping our ecological world and plant life for over 400 million years. In fact, our world is essentially...


        Learning to Die in the Anthropocene: Reflections on the End of a Civilization

        by Roy Scranton

        An Iraq War vet's bracing, visionary response to the challenge posed by global warming and his hope in the humanities.


        The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins

        by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

        Matsutake is the most valuable mushroom in the world—and a weed that grows in human-disturbed forests across the northern hemisphere. Through its ability to nurture trees, matsutake helps forests to grow in...


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