It seems that climate change and the environment are parts of most conversations as the issues become more prevalent. If you want to keep up with these issues, here’s a list of 5 books you’ll want to read: 

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate by Naomi Klein

This book focuses primarily on the role climate change plays into how our economy functions and how the focus on reversing climate change can reduce inequalities and fix broken economies. 

Find this book on Amazon for $11.60.

Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril by Kathleen Dean Moore and Michael P. Nelson

A collection of testimonies from eighty different people, ranging from theologians and scientists to business leaders and naturalists from all around the world, this book challenges readers to find their own moral standing and the role they can play in honoring our planet. 

Find this book on Amazon for $14.55

The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by David Wallace-Wells

Even the title itself invokes fear in some. The book explores what life on Earth might be like as climate change worsens, including food shortages and economic devastation. Within these issues, the book also serves as a call to action. 

Find this book on Amazon for $15.69. 

The Future of Life by Edward O. Wilson 

Written by one of the most prominent scientists of the modern era, the book lays out the current state of our environment, including mass extinctions. A hopeful visionary, Wilson also proposes a direct plan to save our planet.

Find the book on Amazon for $12.75.

There is No Planet B: A Handbook for the Make or Break Years by Mike Berners-Lee

This book is yet another explanation of issues plaguing our environment. Full of practical and inspiring ideas you can integrate into your daily life to save the planet, the book is a must-read for anyone who wants to make small steps toward bettering our planet. 

Find this book on Amazon for $10.47.

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