If your luggage is not yet closed, why not adding a good read in it? Our suggestions:

  • "The Overstory" by Richard Powers - An evocation of the natural world, vast, slow, interconnected, resourceful, magnificently inventive, and almost invisible to us, and our responsibility towards it;
  • Barkskins” by Annie Proulx – Deforestation, overexploitation of natural resources, global supply chains, set the scene for the story of two immigrants;
  • The Story of Stuff” by Annie Leonard – A now classic exposé exploring the threat of overconsumption on the environment, economy, and our health;
  • On Fire” by Naomie Klein - A compilation of essays and articles written by Naomi Klein throughout the last decade;
  • Doughnut Economic” by Kate Raworth – Brought back under the spotlight this spring by Amsterdam which adopted it in its circular economy strategy and recovery plan, discover this economic framework created by the British economist;
  • Zero Waste Home” by Bea Johnson – Why not getting practical this summer? Another classic, available in more than 25 languages, to help you embrace a zero waste lifestyle;
  • Garbage” by Carlos Trillo and Juan Gimenez – A bitter ecological graphic novel taking place in a world that has passed the point of no return. The production of waste combined with pollution and the devastating effects of the use of chemicals has caused a “great disaster” after which human beings will find new ways to live collectively;
  • What a Waste” by Jess French – Let’s not forget younger generations! From pollution and litter to renewable energy and plastic recycling, they will discover everything (also what we are doing right) about green issues.
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