These books have been recommended by our Members. 

Please note that the books are not under the control of Stretton Climate Care. We believe that they are of interest. We do not necessarily endorse every opinion in an external publication.

Recently read:

Elizabeth Cripps, “What Climate Justice Means: and why we should care. Bloomsbury, February 2022. ISBN 978-1472991812
Tim Jackson, Post Growth. Life after Capitalism. Polity Press, May 2021, 258 pages. ISBN 978-1509542512
Roman Krznaric, The Good Ancestor: How to think long-term in a short-term world. WH Allen [Penguin], February 2021, 336 pages. ISBN 978- 0753554517
David Wallace-Wells, The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future. Penguin 2019, September 2019, ISBN 978-0141988870


David Attenborough A Life on our Planet: My Witness Statement and a Vision for the future. Ebury Press, October 2020, 272 pages. ISBN 978-1529108279.

Mike Berners-Lee There is No Planet B: A Handbook for the Make or Break Years. Cambridge University Press, January 2021, revised edition, 336 pages. ISBN 978-1108821575.

Mark Carney Value(s): Building a Better World for All. William Collins, March 2021, 608 pages. ISBN 978-0008421090.

Elizabeth Kolbert Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future. Bodley Head, March 2021, 256 pages. ISBN 978-1847925442.

Matthew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton Planet on Fire: A Manifesto for the Age of Environmental Breakdown. Verso, London 2021, 288 pages. ISBN: 978-1-78873-877-4

Michael E Mann The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet. Publicaffairs, February 2021, 368 pages. ISBN 978-1541758230.


Paul Behrens The Best of times, The Worst of times: Futures from the Frontiers of Climate Science. The Indigo Press, September 2020, 352 pages. ISBN 978-1911648093.

Christina Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac The Future We Choose. Manilla Press, February 2020, 240 pages. ISBN 78-1838770822.

Chris Goodall What We Need To Do Now: for a Zero Carbon Future. Profile Books, London, February 2020, 224 pages. ISBN 9781788164771

Dieter Helm. How we Stop Causing Climate Change. William Collins, September 2020, 304 pages. ISBN: 978 0008404468

Jason Hickel Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save the World. William Heinemann, August 2020, 336 pages. ISBN 978-1785152498.


Rob Hopkins From What Is to What If: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create theFuture we Want. Chelsea Green Publishing, October 2019, 224 pages. ISBN 978-1603589055.

Naomi Klein On fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal. Allen Lane, September 2019, 320 pages. ISBN 78-0241410721.

Bill McKibben Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? Wildfire, April 2019, 304 pages. ISBN 978-1472266507

Greta Thunberg No One is too Small to Make a Difference. Allen Lane, November 2019, 144 pages. ISBN 978-0241453445.


Kate Raworth Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to This Like a 21st-Century Economist. Random House, April 2017, 384 pages. ISBN 978-1847941374.

And do take a look at this extensive reading list from Neil Kitchen if you’d like to plunge into some more green reading. He describes it as “A list of environmental books with a positive educational message – fiction or non-fiction – climate change, nature and rewilding.”

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