Books by Mark Lynas
by Mark Lynas
This was published in 2004 and was, and still is, a fascinating insight into the impact of climate change on real people in their communities. Lynas introduces us to people from places varying from Britain and the Americas to China and islands in the South Pacific and spells out the inter-relationships between the waste-of-energy lifestyles of many in the developed world and the famine and water shortages being experienced by many in the developing world.
by Mark Lynas
This is a fast-moving, scary and explicit scenario of what may happen to Earth and us with each degree of global warming. A must-read for everyone who has any doubts about what’s at stake.
Interviews with Mark Lynas
The best books on The Environment, recommended by Mark Lynas
The British author, journalist and environmental activist talks to us about climate change. Warns that mankind has become a global catastrophe and discusses books that reveal our impact on the planet
Interviews where books by Mark Lynas were recommended
The best books on Virtual Living, recommended by Aleks Krotoski
‘There was a research study done in the 1960s that identified that people will open themselves up to a stranger on a train and tell them deep personal information they would never tell their closest friends, partially because they have this sense that they can confess.’
The best books on Global Warming, recommended by Rosamund McDougall
The policy director for the Optimum Population Trust, the environmental think-tank, discusses books on Global Warming. Includes a volume on the wildlife of Borneo alongside DH Lawrence’s The Rainbow
The best books on Climate Justice, recommended by Mary Robinson
The former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and President of Ireland picks the best books to read on climate justice.