Here’s 20 green books that I would recommend for you to read. How many have you read before?
The red pill that started it all for me.
The book that inspired me to take up environmental engineering.
Al Gore’s first book was not An Inconvenient Truth, but was this book written when he was still a Senator.
Refining the way we look at waste and design.
The book that started the sharing economy movement.
Uncovering the truth about Climategate.
Get ready for climate chaos.
Summary of what geoengineering is all about.
A view subscribed by some who are pro-nuclear and pro-GMO.
The book that started the food waste movement.
Learn about the climate crisis and get ready for impact.
Alex Steffen shares about our bright green future.
The late Ray Anderson shares the Interface’s sustainability story.
Van Jones shares about the rising green tide which lifts all boats.
Good read on climate change.
First of a trilogy that explores human civilisation and our problems.
Disturbing two-part book about resistance and eco-terrorism.
The right way to do business.
The book that introduces the Gaia hypothesis.
The book that sparked the modern environmental movement.