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Climate Change Books News for January 2024

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Welcome to Climate Change Books!

We’re excited to tell you all about the latest Climate Change Books News for January 2024. This includes updates to our Climate Change Books site and other important news in the world of climate change books in general.

If you have suggestions for news to include in future news posts, be sure to let us know. In the meantime, here’s our Climate Change Books News post for January 2024!

The Climate Change Books Site

Since this is our first news post, our whole site is technically new! If you haven’t already, feel free to use the navigation menu at the top of the page to explore all of our different pages and reading lists.

Forthcoming Climate Change Books

We’ve reorganized how we list all of the forthcoming climate change books. Rather than having a reading list for each year, we now have a reading list for each of our three major book categories: fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. When a book on one of these reading lists reaches its publication date, we’ll remove it from the forthcoming page and place it on any other reading lists that may be relevant.

Since these pages are new, they don’t have many listings yet. As always, feel free to let us know if you have suggestions for titles we should add to one or more of these lists.

Free Climate Change Books

We currently only have a single reading list dedicated to free climate change books. We’re considering splitting it into separate reading lists for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. In the meantime, they’re all available in one spot.

Our latest update to this reading list is the addition of a wonderful new collection called Imagine 2200: The 2024 Collection. This new free climate fiction collection just dropped today on the Grist website. We haven’t had a chance to read it yet, but we’ve enjoyed the previous entries in the series, and we look forward to reading and reviewing it soon!

Election-Year Reading List

Michael Svoboda over at Yale Climate Connections has put together an excellent election year reading list for the United States and other countries having a major election this year. We plan to create a comprehensive reading list on our site eventually that compiles and summarizes all of the climate change reading lists they’ve published over the years. In the meantime, now’s a great time to check out their latest list (and the rest of Yale Climate Connections).

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