10 great environmental books via Nature

If you’re really stuck for something to do in the dog end of lock down, why not broaden your mind with some great reading? We at LSS take no credit for this, we’re just passing on some suggestions from a site called The Revelator-via that superb site Nature Briefings, Ten Great Green Books:

Lessons from plants, science fiction with a real-world twist and a meatless cookbook are among the top ten environmental books of the year so far as picked by The Revelator (an editorially independent publication of the US Center for Biological Diversity).The Revelator | 5 min read

We at LSS see loads of good stuff about wild spaces and defending them. An inspiring tale of how the people of El Salvador fought to keep their water clean. There’s science fiction, something for kids, and tough legal fights against corporate giants. Which is why we have singled out this as the most intriguing and are going to shamelessly plug:

The New Climate War

The Fight to Take Back Our Planet

by Michael E. Mann

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EBOOK / ISBN-13: 9781541758223USD: $15.99  /  CAD: $19.99

the blurb goes:

A renowned climate scientist shows how fossil fuel companies have waged a thirty-year campaign to deflect blame and responsibility and delay action on climate change and offers a battle plan for how we can save the planet.”

LSS got all the above because we subscibe to Nature Briefings. Honestly, go to this link and sign up-you won’t be sorry. And they are thinking about bringing them out in other languages as well!

briefing@nature.com

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