Global Warming Books to Know about Climate Change

Global Warming Books to Know about Climate Change

In this article, we are going to read about 10 global warming books to know about climate change.

In this book environmental historian Steinberg provides a history of the United States.

Down to Earth – Ted Steinberg

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.

This Changes Everything – Naomi Klein

Indigenous researcher Whitaker explores burdened history of pact violations, struggles for water and food security, and century-long efforts.

As Long As Grass Grows – Dina Gilio-Whitaker

Climate activist Greta Thunberg’s book consists of eleven speeches written by her, and they are on topics such as the climate crisis.

No One is Too Small to Make a Difference – Greta Thunberg

Drawdown describes solutions arranged in order by huge groups such as food, energy, girls and women, transport, materials, buildings, cities, and more.

Drawdown – Paul Hawken

The sixth novel of Bacigalupi is based on his short story named The Tamarisk Hunter.

The Water Knife – Paolo Bacigalupi

This rebellion is a global activist movement of common people, asking for support and action from governments.

This is Not a Drill – Extinction Rebellion

If climate change and sea-level rise bother you are scarcely aware of what is the real terror.

The Uninhabitable Earth – David Wallace Wells

Just as the requirement for action on climate alteration becomes more pressing and irresistible.

The No-Nonsense Guide to Climate Change – Danny Chivers

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.

Frontlines – Nick Meynen