When the Rivers Run Dry

By Fred Pearce If you’ve ever been curious about where the water coming out of your tap is coming from, then this book is for you. However, this book is much more than that, as Pearce takes you on a journey across the world to tell you stories about our rivers, be it the great Amazon or a small stream…

We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast

By Jonathan Safran Foer We Are the Weather is a riveting exploration about how we think and how we feel about our relationship with climate breakdown, and, more importantly, helps us translate how these feelings inform how we act or do not act accordingly. The chapter where the author has a dialogue with his own soul should speak to any…

The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food

By Dan Barber A compelling travelogue of Barber’s investigations into cuisine and agriculture which doubles as a manifesto for the future of food. That manifesto argues for a radical shift in what our standard plate of dinner should look like, emphasises how critically important soil quality is for taste and a commitment to waste nothing at all.

Climate Justice

By Mary Robinson An insightful book that illustrates that climate change, human rights, justice, equality, and individual empowerment are all inextricably linked. The personal stories shared in each chapter demonstrates how often the people who have contributed least to the climate crisis, will (or already are) suffer the most extreme effects.


By Annie Proulx Written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Proulx, the author of The Shippings News and the short story Brokeback Mountain, Barkskins is a historical fiction exploring deforestation and humans’ relationship with trees and forests. Barkskins is an epic ecological saga about the demise of the great forests, through the eyes of a vivid gallery of characters. The…