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We recommend the following resources about rewilding, sustainability, climate change, climate action, the environment, nature and ecosystems. We don’t recommend books or products we don’t believe in. A small portion of your purchase price helps to fund us through an affiliate programme, helping us to keep doing what we love most, rewilding this wild world.

BOOKS ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND REWILDING

‘A Life on Our Planet’ is David Attenborough’s witness statemet to his extraordinary life.

‘Our Planet’ is the comprehensive companion to the Netflix series with beautiful images and maps.

Feral is George Monbiot’s lyrical and gripping story of climate change, rewilding and how we can bring back wonder into our lives.

Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin explore the wonder and solace of nature, the ways in which we can connect with it, and protect it, in ‘Back to Nature’.

Mike Berners-Lee has crunched the numbers and plotted a course of climate action that is practical, enjoyable and easy to read in ‘There is no Planet B’.

In her own words, Greta Thunberg clearly shows us that ‘No one is too small to make a difference’. A candid, rallying cry to wake up and fight to protect the living planet.

In ‘How Bad are Bananas’ Mike Berners-Lee informs us about important carbon footprints (aviation, heating, swimming pools) and those making little difference (bananas, naturally packaged, are good!).

CHILDRENS BOOKS

Our Planet: The official children’s companion to the Netflix documentary series with special foreword by David Attenborough

The RSPB ‘First book of birds’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for British birds, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.

The RSPB ‘First book of minibeasts’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for British insects, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.

The RSPB ‘First book of trees’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for British trees, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.

The RSPB ‘First book of flowers’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for British wild flowers, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.

The RSPB ‘First book of the sea shore’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for the British coast, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.

The RSPB ‘First book of mammals’ is the young naturalist’s spotter guide for British mammals, designed to encourage young children’s interest in the outside world and the wildlife around them.