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Favorite books with a climate change focus.

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The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History Elizabeth Kolbert Reporting style coverage of events
The Big Fix: Seven Practical Steps to Save Our Planet Hal Harvey, Justin Gillis offering everyday citizens a guide to the seven essential changes our communities must enact to bring our greenhouse gas emissions down to zero — and sharing stories of people who are making those changes reality.
It's Not Too Late Rebecca Solnit and Thelma Young Lutunatabua collection of essays about how to live with what’s happening now, what works in fighting climate change, and how to transform the climate narrative from tales of doom to stories about promise —
Natural Capitalism Amory Lovins, L Lovins, Paul Hawken 2000 Primer to incorporating environmentalism into the economy through business
Saving Us: A climate scientist's case for hope and healing in a divided world Katherine Hayoe How to talk climate with divergent groups
A Brighter Future: Illustrating Climate Change and Solutions
All We Can Save
Big World, Small Planet: Abundance within Planetary Boundaries
Braiding Sweetgrass
Bright Future: How Some Countries Have Solved Climate Change and the Rest Can Follow Goldstein & Qvist
Children's Health & the Peril of Climate Change
Climate Career Transition Field Guide
Climate of Hope
Climate Resistance Handbook Daniel Hunter
Climatenomics: Washington, Wall Street and the Economic Battle to Save Our Planet
Cradle to Cradle
Deep Economy
Drawdown Paul Hawken
Eat Like A Fish Bret Smith
Finance Policy for Renewable Energy and a Sustainable Environment Michael Curley
For The Love of Soil Nicole Masters
Freeing Energy Bill Nussey
Generation Dread: Finding Purpose in an Age of Climate Crisis
Healing Grounds: Climate, Justice, and the Deep Roots of Regenerative Farming
How bad are bananas: The Carbon Footprint of Everything
How to Avoid a Climate a Disaster Bill Gates
How to Blow Up a Pipeline
Intersectional Environmentalist Leah Thomas
Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save the World Jason Hickel
Media and Climate Change Making Sense of Press Narratives
Ministry for the Future
Net Positive: Net Positive: How Courageous Companies Thrive by Giving More Than They Take
The Jaguar and the Cacao Tree Birgitte Rasine Fiction. Two children from vastly disparate cultures are brought together in the forests of Guatemala in a fight for the survival of the world's most ancient foods, chocolate. An allegory of what can happen to our food if we don't protect the forests it grows in.

'Review: "The Jaguar and the Cacao Tree'' is a magical tale that weaves together history, science, ecology, adventure, friendship and rivalry into a compelling read that is hard to put down." ~ Craig Wiesner, Co-founder, Reach & Teach bookstore'
Speed And Scale John Doer Kleiner Perkins Action guide for transformational leaders and people to get to NET ZERO by 2050
The Ends of the World: Supervolcanoes, Lethal Oceans, and the Search for Past Apocalypses Peter Brannen Paleoclimates. How bad they were, what caused them, and what we can learn from them. Realistic and engaging, its fascinating even for casual readers.
Near To Far Dan Sturges A primer for mobility solutions, adventurous ideas, and the concept of changing our car quiver to a near car and a far car. Lots of photos and great ideas with real world installations
How Big Things Get Done Bent Flyvbjerg and Dan Gardner About the planning and execution of large, complex projects.