Climate Change : Books

There are 16 documents in this section.


  • New books from Earthscan

    27 October 2009

  • The State of the World Atlas

    27 November 2008

    Over 50 full-colour world maps and graphics break down hardcore statistics to provide a compelling analysis of all the political, social, economic and ecological nightmares that keep us awake at night.

  • Surviving the Century

    27 November 2008

    Environmental and human catastrophe looms ever larger for planet Earth. Powerful action is required now to turn a deepening global crisis into an unprecedented opportunity for positive change. This book shows how a dramatic transformation of how humans relate to the Earth, and to one another, can be achieved.

  • Dire Predictions: Understanding Global Warming, the Illustrated Guide to the Findings of the IPCC

    26 November 2008

    A 'Pocket IPCC' which reduces the heavy tome of the 2007 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to manageable proportions.

  • Climate Change Begins at Home Life on the two-way street of global warming

    25 October 2005

    This is a compelling call for individual action on climate change, written in a popular but highly informative style.

  • How we can save the planet

    17 January 2005

    This book introduces a radical rationing scheme to reduce our individual carbon outputs to a fair and ecologically safe level. It also gives helpful short and long-term guidelines for the home, travel and leisure to enable us to live within this ration.

  • 52 Weeks to Change your World

    18 May 2004

    A new pocket-sized book, 52 Weeks to Change your World, will be launched by The Centre for Alternative Technology the day after the UK's release of Hollywood's big summer blockbuster, The Day After Tomorrow.

  • High Tide

    9 March 2004

    Climate change is no longer a concern for the future or a phenomenon whose presence is still up for debate. It's happening right now and the environmental evidence is everywhere, warns Mark Lynas in his compelling and eloquent new book, High Tide.

  • Dead Heat

    25 June 2003

    Dead Heat is essentially a continuation of Aubrey Meyer's 'Contraction and Convergence' solution to climate change - but with a down-to-earth approach which seeks to present climate justice as both good politics and good sense.

  • Stormy Weather

    25 June 2003

    At last, a way we ordinary folk can get involved in helping prevent dangerous climate change, from eating organic food to switching to green power, and from organising a car-share scheme to stopping global deforestation.