Global warming and climate change are some of the primary concerns and topics of discussion in this present-day world. In this article, we are going to read about 10 global warming books to know about climate change. These books will discuss the history of the world, primary events, crises, and everything that evolved generations, humans, and human history.
10 Global Warming Books to Know about Climate Change:
- Down to Earth – Ted Steinberg
- This Changes Everything – Naomi Klein
- As Long As Grass Grows – Dina Gilio-Whitaker
- No One is Too Small to Make a Difference – Greta Thunberg
- Drawdown – Paul Hawken
- The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi
- This is Not a Drill – Extinction Rebellion
- The Uninhabitable Earth – David Wallace Wells
- The No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change – Danny Chivers
- Frontlines – Nick Meynen
Down to Earth – Ted Steinberg
In this book environmental historian Steinberg provides a history of the United States – it focuses on how taking care of certain aspects such as animals, plants, climate, and other ecological factors can thoroughly alter the way that we think of the past. It will explore significant events such as the Civil War, Colonization, slavery, the Industrial Revolution, and the appearance of consumer culture and how they influenced human history
This Changes Everything – Naomi Klein
In this book writer, filmmaker and social activist Naomi Klein argues that the climate crisis cannot be tamed as it encourages market and trade agreements intimidating to the wellbeing of the environment.
As Long As Grass Grows – Dina Gilio-Whitaker
Indigenous researcher Whitaker explores burdened history of pact violations, struggles for water and food security, and century-long efforts. Steinberg narrates how the natural world swayed the route of human history. This book will change our perspective and challenge our viewpoint on everything from Jamestown to Disney World.
No One is Too Small to Make a Difference – Greta Thunberg
Climate activist Greta Thunberg’s book consists of eleven speeches written by her, and they are based on topics such as the climate crisis and global warming. She has presented her speeches in front of the EU, the UN, and the World Economic Forum and during protests.
Drawdown – Paul Hawken
Drawdown describes solutions arranged in order by huge groups such as food, energy, girls and women, transport, materials, buildings, cities, and more. This book provides a catalog of 100 solutions and ranks them by the possible amount of greenhouse gases each could cut, with cost estimations and short explanations.
The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi
The sixth novel of Bacigalupi is based on his short story named The Tamarisk Hunter. The primary themes that this book covers are corporate greed, water scarcity, drought, fabricated arcologies, social hierarchy, climate change, and social hierarchy.
This is Not a Drill – Extinction Rebellion
This rebellion is a global activist movement of common people, asking for support and action from governments. This book will inspire us, make us familiar with truths and facts, empower us, and let us know how to rebel. Through this short collection of small essays, we will understand the possibilities that will lead to as far as human extinction.
The Uninhabitable Earth – David Wallace Wells
If climate change and sea-level rise bother you are scarcely aware of what is the real terror. In this book, Wells discussed every possible terror and aspect that could damage this globe – scarcity of food, shortage of water, wildfires, and more.
The No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change – Danny Chivers
Just as the requirement for action on climate alteration becomes more pressing and irresistible, the movement to reject that humans are causing it has expanded more footing. This book meets the cynics head-on, contributing a lead to the science, a clear intellect of the way onward, and an approach to the politics of environmental righteousness.
Frontlines – Nick Meynen
This book is a rich compilation of the human tales of efforts and struggles, from battle to mining in India and Greece to landmark climate change in the Netherlands. It harnesses the power of lived knowledge to bring our most vital, high stake strategy debates to life, and it deserves extensive global viewers.