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ClimatePalooza 2014





Connecting scientists, scholars, policy makers, and the public to change the way we understand and discuss climate issues.


This is a compilation of read and currently being read books by the ESCI team. Books we recommend often take an innovative and creative approach to climate and environmental communication, bridge gaps across disciplines, or simply are engaging and make us think. Happy reading!

 

Larry Pryor is currently reading…

Human security

Global Environmental Change and Human Security

by Richard. A Matthew, Jon Barnett, Bryan McDonald, Karen L. O’Brien, and Geoffrey D. Dabelko (Editors)

 

Stephen O’Leary is currently reading…

Slow violence

Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor

by Rob Nixon

 

Emma Frances Bloomfield is currently reading…

Climate wars

Climate Wars: What People will be Killed for the 21st Century

by Harald Welzer

 

Next up on the reading list…

Ecocriticism

Ecocriticism

by Greg Garrad

 

 

Voice and EC

Voice and Environmental Communication

by Stephen Depoe and Jennifer Peeples (Editors)

 

9781484388570 (Getting Energy Prices Right)

Getting Energy Prices Right: From Principle to Practice

by Ian Parry, Dirk Heine, Eliza Lis, and Shanjun Li

 

human development

Change Change and Human Development

by Hannah Reid

 

don't even think about it

Don’t Even Think About It: Why our Brains are Wired to Ignore Climate Change

by George Marshall


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