Over the past 75 years, a new canon has emerged. As humans have driven the planet to the brink of collapse visionary thinkers around the world have raised their voices to defend it. Their works have endured, becoming the classics that define the environmental movement today. In twenty short books, Penguin brings you the classics of the environmental movement.

No One is Too Small to Make a Difference  Greta Thunberg
Hot Money  Naomi Klein
All Art is Ecological  Timothy Morton
This Can’t be Happening  George Monbiot
An Idea Can Go Extinct  Bill McKibben
Uncanny and Improbable Events  Amitav Gosh
A Warning from the Golden Toad  Tim Flannery
The Clan of One Breasted Woman  Terry Tempest Williams
Food Rules  Michael Pollan
The Democracy of Species  Robin Wall Kimmerer
The Most Dammed Country in the World  Dai Qing
The World We Once Lived In  Wangari Maathai
The Last Tree on Easter Island  Jared Diamond
What I Stand for Is What I Stand On  Wendell Berry
Every Species is a Masterpiece  Edward O. Wilson
We Belong to Gaia  James Lovelock
The Dragonfly Will Be the Messiah  Masanobu Fukuoka
There is No Point of No Return  Arne Naess
Man’s War Against Nature  Rachel Carson
Think Like a Mountain  Aldo Leopold