Recommended Reading on Climate Change

Bill McKibbon turns Eaarth upside down

We hope the following links, organized by topic, will be helpful in learning about climate change in all its many aspects, including the science, global impacts, the many manifestations of the struggle to stop and reverse global warming, connections to other movements including peace, labor, and civil rights, as well as efforts to transition rapidly to renewable energy economies, sustainable agriculture, and other practices that will align our species with our planet’s living systems.

Needless to say, there is an increasing abundance of information about climate change in the public sphere. This is a very incomplete list of materials, but we believe all of these to be of value. We’ll continue to add links to this page, so please check back frequently. You’ll also find a list of books related to climate change on the BCJN Book Group page.

The following topics (as each relates to the phenomenon of climate change), can be found below, in alphabetical order:

Biodiversity

Black Lives Matter

Capitalism

Climate Education & Literacy

Climate Films & Video

Climate Humor

Climate Justice

Climate Movement

Climate News

Climate Science

Dawning Awareness

Divestment

Eco-psychology

Energy

Fiction

Food/Agriculture

International Climate Negotiations

New York City

Organizing Tools

Poetry

System Change

Transition Movement

War

Water: Pollution & Commodification

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Biodiversity:

Black Lives Matter:

Capitalism:

Climate Education & Literacy:

Climate Films & Video:

Climate Humor:

Climate Justice: 

Climate Movement: 

Climate News:

Climate Science:

Dawning awareness:

  • Bill McKibben’s (co-founder, 350.org) seminal The End of Nature (1996) was one of the first books for laypeople about climate change.

Divestment:

Eco-psychology:

Energy:

Fiction:

Food/Agriculture:

International Climate Negotiations:

New York City:

Organizing Tools:

Poetry:

System Change:

Transition Movement:

War:

Water: Pollution & Commodification

ishmael

The lead character of Daniel Quinn’s 1992 philosophical novel, Ishmael.

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