For World Environment Day, we are providing resources to help students gain an awareness of the varying threats to the environment. Through this understanding, we hope to give them the tools to take action to help protect the planet.
From the world’s leading forest ecologist who forever changed how people view trees and their connections to one another and to other living things in the forest—Finding the Mother Tree is a moving, deeply personal journey of discovery.
Drawdown includes the 100 most substantive solutions to reverse global warming, based on meticulous research by leading scientists and policymakers around the world.
In Under a White Sky, Elizabeth Kolbert takes a hard look at the new world we are creating. Elizabeth Kolbert examines how the very sorts of interventions that have imperiled our planet are increasingly seen as the only hope for its salvation.
At once an explaination on the mechanisms of global change and a lively, personal narrative given to us in Hope Jahren’s inimitable voice, The Story of More is the essential pocket primer on climate change.
This volume edited by Bill McKibben is a comprehensive resource that includes writing from Van Jones, Al Gore, Elizabeth Kolbert, Naomi Klein, and other essential voices on global warming, from its 19th-century discovery to the present.
This is a collection of illuminating essays that make the case that women are on the front lines of climate change—as those most at risk, and those most likely to solve it.
In this hopeful, clear-eyed guide, Kimberly Nicholas argues that saving ourselves from climate apocalypse will require radical shifts within each of us, to effect real change in our society and culture.
In this urgent, authoritative book, Bill Gates sets out a wide-ranging, practical—and accessible—plan for how the world can get to zero greenhouse gas emissions in time to avoid a climate catastrophe.
This is both a travelogue of the near future and a meditation on how that future will look to those living through it—the ways that warming promises to transform global politics, the meaning of technology and nature in the modern world, the sustainability of capitalism and the trajectory of human progress.
With The Climate Diet, Paul Greenberg offers a practical, accessible guide that contains fifty achievable steps we can take to live our daily lives in a way that’s friendlier to the planet—from what we eat, how we live at home, how we travel, and how we lobby businesses and elected officials to do the right thing.
Here is an urgent, resounding call to protect half the Earth’s land—and thereby millions of its species—by 2050, that gives us the tools to think big about the planet and our role in conserving it.
Ron Gonen explains how the next revolution in business will provide for a sustainable future and provides information about companies that foster innovation, investors recognize long term value creation, and consumers can align their values with the products they buy.
Kale Williams gives the heartbreaking and ultimately hopeful story of an abandoned polar bear cub named Nora and the humans working tirelessly to save her and her species, whose uncertain future in the accelerating climate crisis is closely tied to our own.
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