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Eight excellent books on sea level rise risk for U.S. cities

If you live in or are considering moving to Miami, Charleston, Houston, New Orleans, New York City, Norfolk, the Florida Keys, or coastal New Jersey, you should read these sea level rise books.

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How do we act morally in the face of climate change?

As climate change produces more misery and fossil fuel capitalists refuse to stop releasing carbon, we will increasingly confront the question asked by Chuck Collins in his new novel: What does moral action look like against such an immoral status quo?
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‘It’s not climate change, it’s everything change’: Sci-fi authors take on the global crisis

Margaret Atwood and Cormac McCarthy led the way. Now a new crop of novelists is putting the heating emergency at the forefront of their plots.

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A grove of tree books for Arbor Day

These 12 books capture the wonder, tell the history, and predict the climate-changed future of the trees with which we share the planet.
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Climate fiction will not save us

As the world burns, readers increasingly look to climate fiction for hope, predictions, and actionable solutions. But can the genre really be a manual for useful change?
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Book Review: ‘Charleston,’ by Susan Crawford

In “Charleston,” a case study of climate change and government negligence in the South Carolina city, Susan Crawford makes clear the disproportionate costs borne by communities of color in the coastal United States.
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Five Times Faster by Simon Sharpe review – a radical but realistic path to net zero emissions

A former civil servant makes a persuasive case for dropping economy-wide emissions targets and focusing on tipping points where green technologies become affordable.