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Climate Change Reading List

As we near the beginning of the Fall 2018 semester, I wanted to share steadily growing Climate Change Reading List.  No fiction this time, but rather a mix of books that I've come across, or that have been recommended to me, from various disciplines.  For those of you looking to learn a bit more about our climate and its global effects--enjoy!


The Global Warming Reader, Bill McKibben (editor)

For those who want to learn more about the history of climate change (both as a phenomenon and as a field of study), this is a great place to start.  The anthology includes excerpts from many leading figures in both the academic and popular discourses on climate change, as well as landmark historical publications in the observation of global warming.

The End of Nature, Bill McKibben

McKibben's book on global warming, credited with bringing knowledge of climate change to a broader public audience.  Published in 1989, he portrays the gradual erosion of the boundary between humanity and nature…

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