The 26th UN Climate Change Conference has been dominating the headlines in recent week. Climate change is also an important research topic at Erasmus University. The University Library has made a small selection of interesting books on the subject.
At Erasmus University, scientists from all kinds of disciplines conduct daily research into sustainable solutions, energy transition and the influence of climate change. Read the following e-books to learn more about climate change and sustainability, and get inspired too:
- Caldecott, J. O. (2021). Surviving climate chaos : by strengthening communities and ecosystems.
- Crabtree, A. (2020). Sustainability, capabilities and human security.
- Ansolabehere, S., & Konisky, D. M. (2014). Cheap and clean : how Americans think about energy in the age of global warming.
- Helm, D. (2015). Natural capital : valuing the planet.
- Henry, C., Rockström Johan, & Stern, N. H. (Eds.). (2020). Standing up for a sustainable world : voices of change.
- Miller, T. (2017). Storming the wall : climate change, migration, and homeland security.
- Wagner, G., & Weitzman, M. L. (2015). Climate shock : the economic consequences of a hotter planet.
Find even more e-books and other materials in our collections. You can also check out Taylor & Francis’ SDG Onlinecontent. This November all Goal 13: Climate Action content is available for free!