A powerful retelling of the last 500 years of history – and where we go next.
Poetry that investigates ‘taking’ in all its forms.
A gripping, frightening and weirdly hopeful look at the lengths we’ll have to go to to fix global problems.
A urgent stocktake of the Black Summer, which burned a fifth of Australia’s forests.
Toxic is a polemic against Tasmania’s farmed salmon industry.
The Rain Heron is a fable about environmental exploitation.
A virtuosic collection of essays about the meanings we invest in nature and animals.
Germaine Greer writes that restoring the land is her proudest achievement.
The books that have had the biggest impact on me this year.
The writers in this collection grapple with what it means to be “planetary” beings: how our individual actions can seem so small, but have global consequences.