Our Final Warning: Six Degrees of Climate Emergency - by Mark Lynas - £9.99
This book must not be ignored. It really is our final warning.
Mark Lynas delivers a vital account of the future of our earth, and our civilisation, if current rates of global warming persist.
And it's only looking worse. We are living in a ... more
Greenery: Journeying with the Spring from Southern Africa to the Arctic - by Tim Dee - £9.99
One December, in midsummer South Africa, Tim Dee was watching swallows. They were at home there, but the same birds would soon begin journeying north to Europe, where their arrival marks the beginning of spring.
Greenery recounts how Tim Dee ... more
Never Leave the Dog Behind: Our Love of Dogs and Mountains - by Helen Mort - £8.99
'We live in a world populated by dog lovers, where many of us regard them as members of the family. We are fascinated by them: either anthropomorphising our pets or obsessing about the ways they differ from us. And mountains – theatres of risk, dra ... more
Why Rebel - by Jay Griffiths - £7.99
"If bravery itself could write, it would write like she does"(John Berger)
Because our footprint on the Earth has never mattered more than now. How we treat it, in the spirit of gift or of theft, has never been more impor ... more
Birdsong in a Time of Silence - by Steven Lovatt - £12.99
A lyrical celebration of birdsong, and the rekindling of a deep passion for nature.
"At this time of year, blackbirds never simply fly: instead, like reluctantly retired officers, they're always 'on manoeuvres', and it's easy to see from the ... more
The Bike Repair Book: The Handy Guide to Bicycle Maintenance - by Gerard Janssen - £10.00
Cycling is more popular than ever before: it's healthy, it's cheap and it's better for the environment. People are dusting off their bicycles both for convenience and exercise, or investing in new models. But what do you do if things go wrong with yo ... more
Rag and Bone: A History of What We've Thrown Away - by Lisa Woollett - £10.99
Lisa Woollett has spent her life combing beaches and mudlarking, collecting curious fragments of the past: from Roman tiles and Tudor thimbles, to Victorian buttons and plastic soldiers.
In a series of walks from the Thames, out to the Kent ... more
Why Do Birds Suddenly Disappear? 200 birds. 12 months. 1 lapsed birdwatcher. - by Lev Parikian - £9.99
At twelve years old, Lev Parikian was an avid birdwatcher. He was also a fraud, a liar and a cheat. Those lists of birds seen and ticked off? Lies. One hundred and thirty species? More like sixty.
Then, when he turned fifty, he decided to right ... more
Thin Places - by Kerri ni Dochartaigh - £14.99
A breathtaking mix of memoir, nature writing and history: this is Kerri ni Dochartaigh's story of a wild Ireland, an invisible border, an old conflict and the healing power of the natural world.
Kerri ni Dochartaigh was born in Derry, on the ... more
The Self Delusion: The Surprising Science of Our Connection to Each Other and the Natural World - by Tom Oliver - £9.99
We are much more connected to nature and each other than we realise...
* Most of our 37 trillion cells have such a short lifespan that we are essentially made anew every few weeks
* The molecules forming our bodies have been component part ... more
What If We Stopped Pretending? - by Jonathan Franzen - £7.99
The climate crisis is here. Our chance to stop it has come and gone, but this doesn't have to mean the world is ending.
'Today, the scientific evidence verges on irrefutable.
If you're younger than sixty, you have a good chance of ... more
Slowdown: The End of the Great Acceleration - by Danny Dorling - £10.99
The end of our high-growth world was underway well before COVID-19 arrived. In this powerful and timely argument, Danny Dorling demonstrates the benefits of a larger, ongoing societal slowdown.
Drawing from an incredibly rich trove of global dat ... more
The Missing Lynx: The Past and Future of Britain - by Ross Barnett - £10.99
Britain was a very different place 15,000 years ago - home to lions, lynx, bears, wolves, bison and many more megafauna. But as its climate changed and human populations expanded, most of early Britain's largest mammals disappeared. Will advances in ... more
Is It Really Green? Everyday Eco Dilemmas Answered - by Georgina Wilson-Powell - £12.99
Find clarity on everyday green-living dilemmas to maximize your sustainability.
Are paper bags always more environmentally friendly than plastic? How much better for the planet are electric cars? What saves more water - using the dishwasher or w ... more
Broke Vegan: Over 100 plant-based recipes that don't cost the earth - by Saskia Sidey - £12.99
GET READY FOR VEGANUARY THE EASY WAY
We all want to help do our bit to save the planet by moving towards a plant-based diet, but let’s face it: eating vegan can be expensive.
With over 100 plant-based recipes using supermarket staples alo ... more
Wild Child: Coming Home to Nature - by Patrick Barkham - £16.99
From climbing trees and making dens, to building sandcastles and pond-dipping, many of the activities we associate with a happy childhood take place outdoors. And yet, the reality for many contemporary children is very different. The studies tell us ... more
Challenge Everything: An Extinction Rebellion Youth Guide to Saving the Planet - by Blue Sandford - £7.99
Change the World.
This book will show you how.
Blue Sandford was named by The Times as one of "Britain's Greta Thunbergs" (Dec 2019) The main concern of young people is climate change and how to combat it ... more
Working with Nature: Saving and Using the World's Wild Places - by Jeremy Purseglove - £9.99
From cocoa farming in Ghana to the orchards of Kent and the desert badlands of Pakistan, taking a practical approach to sustaining the landscape can mean the difference between prosperity and ruin.
Working with Nature is the story of a life ... more
Bird Therapy - by Joe Harkness - £9.99
A personal, passionate and practical guide to the mental health benefits of bird watching.
I broke down in 2013 and it nearly broke me. Shaking and hateful, I tried the things the doctor said I should. Yes - medication helped. Counselling was en ... more
Rebirding: Restoring Britain's Wildlife - by Benedict Macdonald - £9.99
Winner of the Wainwright Prize for Writing on Global Conservation
Winner of the Richard Jefferies Society and White Horse Book Shop Literary Prize
Britain has all the space it needs for an epic return of its wildlife. Only six percent of our ... more
Birds: An Anthology - by Jaqueline Mitchell (Editor), illustrated by Eric Fitch Daglish - £16.99
Thomas Hardy notes the thrush's 'full-hearted evensong of joy illimited', Gilbert White observes how swallows sweep through the air but swifts 'dash round in circles' and Rachel Carson watches sanderlings at the ocean's edge, scurrying 'across the be ... more
Night Sky Almanac 2021: A Stargazer's Guide - by Storm Dunlop and Wil Tirion - £9.99
The perfect gift for amateur and seasoned astronomers. Follow the progress of constellations throughout the seasons with this beautiful companion to the night sky from Astronomy experts Collins. With the aid of easy-to-understand monthly calend ... more
The Case for the Green New Deal - by Ann Pettifor - £8.99
What is the Green New Deal and how can we afford it?
To protect the future of life on earth, we need to do more than just reimagine the economy — we have to change everything. One of the seminal thinkers of the program that helped ignite the U ... more
The Joyful Environmentalist: How to Practise without Preaching - by Isabel Losada - £12.99
"This book, practical and realistic as well as visionary, will keep that positive message before the reader's eyes. Joy is after all one of the best motivations we can have for change."(Dr Rowan Williams)
Finally! A book about saving our planet th ... more
A Life on Our Planet: My Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future - by David Attenborough - £20.00
'I am 94. I've had an extraordinary life. It's only now that I appreciate how extraordinary.
As a young man, I felt I was out there in the wild, experiencing the untouched natural world - but it was an illusion. The tragedy of our time has b ... more
On Fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal - by Naomi Klein - £10.99
For more than twenty years Naomi Klein's books have defined our era, chronicling the exploitation of people and the planet and demanding justice. On Fire gathers for the first time more than a decade of her impassioned writing from the frontline of c ... more
The Wild Silence - by Raynor Winn - £14.99
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
The incredible follow-up to one of the most talked about books of the decade - the phenomenon, Waterstones Book of the Month and Costa Award shortlisted The Salt Path.
Nature holds the answers for Raynor ... more
Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds and Shape Our Futures - by Merlin Sheldrake - £20.00
The more we learn about fungi, the less makes sense without them.
Neither plant nor animal, they are found throughout the earth, the air and our bodies. They can be microscopic, yet also account for the largest organisms ever recorded. They ... more
On Time and Water - by Andri Snaer Magnason - £16.99
Icelandic author and activist Andri Snaer Magnason's 'Letter to the Future', an extraordinary and moving eulogy for the lost Okjoekull glacier, made global news and was shared by millions.
Now he attempts to come to terms with the issues we ... more
Growing Sustainable Together: Practical Resources for Raising Kind, Engaged, Resilient Children - by Shannon Brescher Shea - £13.99
Drawing from cutting-edge social-science research, parent interviews, and experiential wisdom, science writer and parenting blogger Shannon Brescher Shea shows how green living and great parenting go hand in hand to teach kids kindness, compassion, r ... more
Vesper Flights - by Helen Macdonald - £16.99
*A SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER*
*A RADIO 4 BOOK OF THE WEEK*
Animals don't exist to teach us things, but that is what they have always done, and most of what they teach us is what we think we know about ourselves.
From the bestselling author o ... more
How Bad are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything - by Mike Berners-Lee - £9.99
How Bad Are Bananas? was a groundbreaking book when first published in 2009, when most of us were hearing the phrase 'carbon footprint' for the first time. Mike Berners-Lee set out to inform us what was important (aviation, heating, swimming pools) a ... more
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Universe: And Our Place Within It - by Professor Andrew Newsam - £11.99
The universe is a beautiful, awe-inspiring place – from glowing nebulae to the sweeping majesty of the Milky Way, from complex cloud patterns on Jupiter to the rippling curtains of aurorae. But many of us struggle to grasp the complex ideas and sci ... more
Still Water: The Deep Life of the Pond - by John Lewis-Stempel - £9.99
The Times and Irish Independent: BEST NATURE BOOKS OF THE YEAR
Ponds: small bodies of water, both naturally formed and artificial, home to wondrous, multitudinous life-forms.
Ponds define our childhood: frogspawn, goldfish, feeding ... more
Underland: A Deep Time Journey - by Robert Macfarlane - £10.99
The highly anticipated new book from the internationally bestselling, prize-winning author of Landmarks, The Lost Words and The Old Ways.
In Underland, Robert Macfarlane takes us on a journey into the worlds beneath our feet. From the ice-blue ... more
The Book of Trespass: Crossing the Lines that Divide Us - by Nick Hayes - £20.00
"Brilliant, passionate and political... The Book of Trespass will make you see landscapes differently"(Robert Macfarlane)
"A remarkable and truly radical work, loaded with resonant truths"(George Monbiot)
The vast majority of our country is en ... more
Rock Pool: Extraordinary Encounters Between the Tides - by Heather Buttivant - £9.99
The British beach is full of creatures that we think we know - from crabs to clams, starfish to anemones. But, in fact, we barely understand how many survive or thrive. In Rock Pool the delights of childhood paddling are elevated to oceanic dis ... more
A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things - by Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore - £9.99
Nature, money, work, care, food, energy, and lives: these are the seven things that have made our world and will shape its future. In making these things cheap, modern commerce has transformed, governed, and devastated Earth.
In A History of the ... more
Ecocide: Kill the Corporation Before it Kills Us - by David Whyte - £9.99
We have reached the point of no return. The existential threat of climate change is now a reality. The world has never been more vulnerable.
Yet corporations are already planning a life beyond this point. The business models of fossil fuel g ... more
Traffic-Free Cycle Trails - by Nick Cotton - £17.99
Traffic-Free Cycle Trails by Nick Cotton contains over 400 cycle routes in Great Britain. First published in 2004 and regularly updated ever since, it has become one of the country’s most popular cycling books, and this fourth edition published in ... more
Food and Climate Change Without the Hot Air - by S L Bridle - £19.99
25% of greenhouse gas emissions come from food - how can we reduce this?
What effect does the food we eat have on the environment?
How will climate change affect the food we will eat in the future?
Can the choices we make as consumers red ... more
Into the Tangled Bank: In Which Our Author Ventures Outdoors to Consider the British in Nature - by Lev Parikian - £14.99
Lev Parikian is on a journey to discover the quirks, habits and foibles of how the British experience nature. Open a window, hear the birds calling and join him.
It’s often said that the British are a nation of nature lovers; but what does tha ... more
The Garden Jungle: Or Gardening to Save the Planet - by Dave Goulson - £9.99
The Garden Jungle is about the wildlife that lives right under our noses, in our gardens and parks, between the gaps in the pavement, and in the soil beneath our feet.
Dave Goulson gives us an insight into the fascinating and sometimes weird ... more
Rewild Yourself: 23 Spellbinding Ways to Make Nature More Visible - by Simon Barnes - £8.99
We're not just losing the wild world. We're forgetting it. We're no longer noticing it.
We've lost the habit of looking and seeing and listening and hearing. But we can make hidden things visible, and this book features 23 spellbinding ways ... more
Figuring - by Maria Popova - £14.99
Figuring explores the complexities of love and the human search for truth and meaning through the interconnected lives of several historical figures across four centuries - beginning with the astronomer Johannes Kepler, who discovered the laws of pla ... more
The Forager's Calendar : A Seasonal Guide to Nature's Wild Harvests - by John Wright - £10.99
Look out of your window, walk down a country path or go to the beach in Great Britain, and you are sure to see many wild species that you can take home and eat. From dandelions in spring to sloe berries in autumn, via wild garlic, samphire, chanterel ... more
Choked: The Age of Air Pollution and the Fight for a Cleaner Future - by Beth Gardiner - £9.99
Every year, air pollution prematurely kills seven million people around the world, in rich countries and poor ones. It is strongly linked to strokes, heart attacks, many kinds of cancer, premature birth and dementia, among other ailments. In Choked ... more
Diary of a Young Naturalist - by Dara McAnulty - £16.00
Diary of a Young Naturalist chronicles the turning of 15-year-old Dara McAnulty's world. From spring and through a year in his home patch in Northern Ireland, Dara spent the seasons writing. These vivid, evocative and moving diary entries about his c ... more
The Nature of Summer - by Jim Crumley - £12.99
In the abiding light of summer, the nature in Jim Crumley's heartlands of Scotland is burgeoning freely. Seals sing, brown hares bound, dragonflies dance. His silent vigils reveal not only an enchanting account of summer's exuberant profusion, but th ... more
Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel - by Carl Safina - £9.99
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER.
I wanted to know what they were experiencing, and why to us they feel so compelling, and so close. This time I allowed myself to ask them the question that for a scientist was forbidden fruit: Who are you?  ... more
Dare To Be Great: Unlock Your Power to Create a Better World - by Polly Higgins - £7.99
'I know it may not yet look like it, but we are sowing the seeds of greatness for countless generations to come. That is the Great Work of our times. Yours and mine.'
This is a book unlike any other.
It does not tell you what you mu ... more
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