Experts Tell us the Best Unbiased Books On Climate Change

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Unbiased Books On Climate Change. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Parents’ Guide to Climate Revolution by Mary DeMocker

This product was recommended by Stephanie McLarty from Wealth of Family

We make a lot of sustainable choices as a family, but as a busy parent, I often felt guilty for not doing even more. At the end of the day, I just didn’t have any more time, energy or money to give. This book made me understand the actions that count most and that I don’t have to do everything. If you only have 5 minutes, don’t worry about scrubbing out that recyclable container, and instead contact your politician to advocate for green energy. The book is filled with new, even sneaky ideas (turn down the heat to bedrooms, which forces kids to the warm communal area and helps you keep an eye on screen time!) and is structured in short easy-to-read chapters. Perfect for every tired parent who wants to do more.

Unsettled by Steven E. Koonin

This product was recommended by Flora from OurPCB

Dr. Steven E. Koonin is a leader in science policy in the United States. In The Climate Chronicles, Koonin provides a thorough overview of the fundamentals concepts and implications for climate change. He also outlines how policy is being considered to mitigate its potential effects including what steps are feasible in terms of implementation.

Field Notes from a Catastrophe by Elizabeth Kolbert

This product was recommended by Darina Markova from TechACake

What is really happening to the global environment and what are governments doing about it? Field Notes from a Catastrophe is one of the most informative books on climate change I have ever stumbled upon and it’s a fascinating read for anyone who wishes to know more about global warming in detail. The award-winning journalist Elizabeth Kolbert has managed to break down the many aspects of climate change and the urgency of the issues humanity is facing. Can anything be done to save our planet? Learn about it in this eye-opening book which is simply a must-read in 2021.

The New Climate War by Michael E. Mann

This product was recommended by Brack Nelson from Incrementors

Distinguished Atmospheric Science Professor, Michael E. Mann, recently published. The New Climate War to pull readers out of climate despair and educate them on how to take action on this battle for our planet. Mann describes how fossil fuel corporations have waged a thirty-year campaign deflecting blame and liability for climate change. Their successful campaign placed an inordinate emphasis on individuals as important for fixing climate change, leaving many individuals to feel responsible about a crime they did not commit. Mann offers a plan for forcing our governments and companies to wake up and make positive change while giving readers a pathway to join the movement.

Tales of Two Planets by John Freeman

This product was recommended by Salvador Ordorica from The Spanish Group LLC

Read this climate change book to find out stories from Haiti to Bangladesh, from those who hail from places under the most critical stress from the climate crisis. Tales of Two Planets includes essays, fiction, poems, and reportage from around the world to illustrate the dreadful inequalities that are further exacerbated by climate change, bringing further human context to your understanding of a complex crisis.

The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells

This product was recommended by Tim Robertson from inVPN

This is the best because all the topics including wildfires, economic collapse, and climate conflict are well-researched. He consulted a lot of climate scientists for this book. This book helps readers to realize and understand the decisions to be taken before they put them into action. A great example is like deciding to buy an air conditioner yet you will also consider that this air conditioner can somehow help you to stop carbon accumulation on the Earth.

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