4 Books for Climate Hope
**Note: I “read” all of these books via their audiobook form, through the library app Libby.
Using a library card, you have access to the entire digital collection of the library. Smaller libraries have generally formed consortiums with other libraries, so they have extensive collections, sometimes bigger than major city libraries. You’ve already funded libraries, use them!
Regeneration by Paul Hawken
This book lists and explains dozens of climate solutions that regenerate the planet. It’s the most hopeful and practical book for addressing the climate crisis. The audio book has several narrators.
All We Can Save by a lot of women, Edited by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine K. Wilkinson
Each chapter of this book is written by a different expert, and they all are women. This book touches on climate justice more than most, and it’s perspectives are fresh and welcome. Plus Julia Louis-Dreyfus reads some of the chapters in the audio book. It’s fantastic.
To Speak for the Trees - Diana Beresford-Kroeger
This book is a memoir, but also reminds us of the wonder of nature. The author shares insights and benefits of trees that we are only beginning to understand in modern medicine.
The Way of the Rose: The Radical Path of the Divine Feminine Hidden in the Rosary by Clark Strand, Perdita Finn
It’s a beautiful book that is medicine for the soul. The authors feel the pressure of climate change, and find that turning to the divine feminine and all of her forms brings peace to anyone troubled by our times. The audio book is read by the authors and their daughter.
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