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World of Wonders

Aimee Nezhukumatathil

An award-winning poet's nonfiction debut: a collection essays about the natural world, and the way its inhabitants can teach, support and inspire…

The Nation of Plants

Stefano Mancuso

This playful manifesto – presented for the plant nation by a leading neurobiologist – is an international bestseller

Mountain Tales

Saumya Roy

A city struggling with the cost of its appetites. A rubbish mountain eighteen stories high. And the people who call it home.

Sea Fever

Meg Clothier

Everything you need to know about the sea and shore, from high tides to half-hitches

Field Work

Bella Bathurst

What does it take to make a living from the land in modern Britain?

This Book is a Plant

The way we think about plants is about to change forever: this is your handbook to a new natural world

The Sum of Us

Heather McGhee

The heartbreaking, liberating truth about what racism has cost all of us

A Spotter’s Guide to Countryside Mysteries

John Wright

A grown-up I-spy for the great outdoors that illuminates the details we might otherwise miss

Birding Without Borders

Noah Strycker

41 countries, all seven continents, with a backpack, binoculars and a series of one-way tickets: Birding Without Borders is Noah Strycker's accou…

Reef Life

Callum Roberts

A life working on coral reefs by Britain's foremost marine scientist and pioneering conservationist

The Seaweed Collector's Handbook

Miek Zwamborn

A beautifully illustrated little book that will open your eyes at the seaside

What We Need to Do Now

Chris Goodall

A manifesto for groups around the world that are seeking urgent action on climate breakdown and other threats

How Bad Are Bananas?

Mike Berners-Lee

Packed full of information yet always entertaining. From text messages and plastic bags to wars and volcanoes, How Bad Are Bananas? has the carbon ans…

How Are We Going to Explain This?

Jelmer Mommers

An international bestseller, the first climate book that doesn't leave the reader depressed: realistic and hopeful, witty and clarifying

Working with Nature

Jeremy Purseglove

How do we work with nature rather than against it, both harvesting and conserving? The environmentalist Jeremy Purseglove shares a lifetime of experie…

Rainforest

Tony Juniper

Rainforests are key to the health of our world – they maintain the water and air cycles, store carbon, and have yielded countless numbers of medical d…

Darwin's Most Wonderful Plants

Ken Thompson

A rediscovery of Darwin the botanist and his theories on insectivorous and climbing plants

A Natural History of the Hedgerow

John Wright

A fascinating look at the rich world of hedgerows and boundaries across Great Britain

The Cabaret of Plants

Richard Mabey

A Mabey magnum opus:'Mabey's finest, an eclectic world-roaming collection of stories … lacing colour, intimacy and emotional texture aroun…

Where Do Camels Belong?

Ken Thompson

A timely, instructive and controversial book, which delivers unexpected answers.

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