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Blueback
Blueback Tim Winton
Blueback is an achingly beautiful story about family, belonging, and living a life in tune with the environment, from Tim Winton, one of Australia's best-loved authors.
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No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference
No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference Greta Thunberg
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.
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The Uninhabitable Earth
The Uninhabitable Earth David Wallace-Wells
The slowness of climate change is a fairy tale, perhaps as pernicious as the one that says it isn't happening at all, and if your anxiety about it is dominated by fears of sea-level rise, you are barely scratching the surface of what terrors are possible, even within the lifetime of a teenager today.
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The Reef: A Passionate History
The Reef: A Passionate History Iain McCalman
The first social, cultural and environmental history of this World Heritage-listed site, The Reef is an effortlessly readable work by a born storyteller.
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Where Song Began: Australia's Birds and How They Changed the World
Where Song Began: Australia's Birds and How They Changed the World Tim Low
The award-winning bestseller that put Australian birds on the world map - nature and science writing at their best.
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A Life Underwater
A Life Underwater Charlie Veron
A Life Underwater is the extraordinary memoir of marine biologist Charlie Veron, a maverick Australian who transformed our understanding of coral reefs.
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How To Give Up Plastic
How To Give Up Plastic Will McCallum
A practical guide to cutting back the amount of plastic we use, by the Head of Oceans at Greenpeace.
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This Is Not A Drill
This Is Not A Drill Extinction Rebellion
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.
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Our House is on Fire
Our House is on Fire Malena Ernman, Beata Ernman, Svante Thunberg, Greta Thunberg
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 . . .
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