Shortlisted for the 2024 Carnegie Medal for Excellence
The “closely observed, compassionate, and far-sighted” (Elizabeth Kolbert, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Under a White Sky) story of climate migration in the United States—the personal stories of those experiencing displacement, the portraits of communities torn apart by disaster, and the
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
We still have time to change the world. From climate activist Greta Thunberg, comes the essential handbook for making it happen.
A global account of the grassroots environmental movements on the frontlines of the climate crisis.
We've known for decades that climate change is an existential crisis. For just as long, we've seen the complete failure of our institutions to rise to the challenge. Governments have struggled to meet even modest goals. Fossil fuel interests maintain a stranglehold on political and economic power.
Winner of the 2023 Helen Bernstein Book Award for Excellence in Journalism
"Original and readable." ―Financial Times' Best Environmental Books of 2022
"Superb, inspiring." ―Winner, National Academies of Science Schmidt Awards for Excellence in Science Communications
“Illuminating.” —Silver Medalist, National Outdoor Book Awards
The essential anthology on the most effective ways to organize a labor movement for environmental justice, from leading organizers in the field
A NEW YORKER BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR • A revolutionary new history that reveals how climate change has dramatically shaped the development—and demise—of civilizations across time
*Detailing many years of extensive research, endnotes for this edition run to more than 200 pages. They are available online via a link contained in the book.*
A young, conservative environmentalist provides an intrepid vision for both solving our climate crisis and prioritizing the American national interest.
"Illuminating, incisive, and deeply reported."--DAVID WALLACE-WELLS, New York Times-bestselling author of The Uninhabitable Earth
"An important read for anyone in need of optimism about our ability to build a clean energy future."--BILL GATES
A unique introduction to how understanding archaeology can support modern-day sustainability efforts, from restoring forested land to developing fire management strategies
An essential and hopeful book for climate-conscious readers