The debate is over. The science is in. Climate change is real, and it’s happening far more rapidly than previously expected. So, the question becomes, what on Earth can we do about it? As it turns out, plenty. And, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, to keep global warming to 1.50C above pre-industrial levels ‘requires rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society’. Including your breakfast. Here are some books that speak to the severity of our current climate crisis, and offer insights on how we can play our parts in addressing it.
A cinematic, propulsive and frightening climate tour of our near future - coming much faster than you think.
In her most provocative book yet, Naomi Klein, author of the global bestsellers The Shock Doctrine and No Logo, tackles the most profound threat humanity has ever faced: the war our economic model is waging against life on earth.
The Nobel Prize-winning and bestselling author of An Inconvenient Truth and The Assault on Reason, returns with a new book
In a brand-new expanded edition, the little book of history-making speeches by an extraordinary young woman who has taken the world by storm.
A series of special editions of the best popular science books to explore the patterns of our planet. Designed by Patternity, the award-winning creative studio and pattern consultancy.
A fascinating guide to solving one of the world's most pressing subjects.
Want to make a change but don’t know where to start? The practical thirty-day guide to radically reducing your waste by 80%, from waste warrior Anita Vandyke.
From the bestselling author of Eating Animals, a brilliantly fresh and accessible take on climate change - and what we can do about it.
In her most galvanising book yet, Naomi Klein makes the case for a radical New Deal.
It's time. This is our last chance to do anything about climate change. Our last chance to save the world as we know it.
A brighter future starts at home. Make yours a waste-free sanctuary.
Every parent says that they would jump in front of a train to save their child. It's an instinct that no one denies. But when that 'train' finally arrives, it is very seldom a real, speeding locomotive . . .
12 simple, achievable ways you can help to save the planet -- from the world’s leading independent conservation organisation
Discover what you can do to save the planet from plastic. Start now.
Binge away with all the original texts, prequels, sequels, tie-ins and companions of the year's biggest TV series.
Titles worth revisiting, no matter how much you hated them at school.
Three Penguin Random House novels honoured among the Australian Book Review’s fan favourites.
Stories real and imagined about the moral cost of slavery, and its implications on humanity.