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What Should I Read Next - Biotechnology X Climate Edition

Still browsing for book recommendations? Looking for your next page turning read?

Well, you’ve come to the right place for all things biotechnology, climate change and innovation related.

Environmental and Microbial Biotechnology

By: Rajesh Arora

Sustainable living has been all the rage but what’s all the fuss? This intriguing book provides an incredible insight into addressing the concerns of crop growth using microbes, diminishing natural resources, environmental pollution and pollutants, and nanotoxicity in food and agricultural products. With enhanced scientific communication becoming essential to combating large scale concerns, environmental issues such as climate change, energy use and microbiome approaches to increasing agricultural productivity and healthcare are becoming hot topics in the sustainable development discussion. Be sure to get the inside scoop by reading this book!

Advanced Environmental Biotechnology

By: SK Agarwal

Covering a wide range of topics such as cleaner technology, biomineralization and bioremediation, there is lots to be learned about better ways to take care of the environment. In order to fight climate change, this novel takes various approaches to help battle pollution and waste. Check out all the unique concepts this book has to offer by getting a deep dive into all things environment with the powers of science for a healthier earth! Read now for the solutions to S.K. Agarwal has to offer.

Thinking in Systems

By: Donella Meadows

This concise yet crucial novel discusses timeless concepts regarding climate change. When assessing the scale of problem solving from both a personal and global level, this good read brings readers into the world of computers and equations into tangible applications that show readers how this method of thinking can be the solution to life in the way life can be enhanced and innovation can be brought upon the 21st-century. Meadows reveals how the biggest problems humans face such as hunger, war and environmental degradation are system failures. The conceptual tools she touches nature positive outcomes while delving into the science behind these global dilemmas.

The Future We Choose: The Stubborn Optimist's Guide to the Climate Crisis

By: Christiana Figueres

and Tom Rivett-Carnac

With the world’s changing climate and the fate of humanity on the line, the author outlines two possible scenarios for the year 2050. In one situation, they describe what life on Earth will be like if all countries fail to meet the Paris Agreement’s climate goals by 2050. In the latter, they discuss what it will be like to live in a net-zero emissions realm. With these options. “The Future We Choose” tells us what governments, corporations, and each of us can, and must, do to fend off disaster, create a better future and take next steps into crafting a better future for all.

Climate Changed based reading material


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