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Note: I'm reporting where books have been categorised as 'cli-fi' and 'scifi', not arguing for or against these labels
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Note: 'themes' are hastily done, specifically noting climate change or ecological concerns for my reference
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FICTION
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AuthorTitlegenreyear pub.themes
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Atwood, MargaretMaddaddam trilogy
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction
2003 - 2013
genetic engineering, climate change,
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Babst, C. MorganThe Floating Worldcli-fi
post Hurrican Katrina, impact of cc on urban life
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Bradley, JamesClade
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction
2015
climate change, family, bees, mental health
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Bradley, James
The Change Trilogy (The Silent Invasion, The Buried Ark)
YA, cli-fi, speculative fiction, dystopian
2017 - 2019
climate change, evolution
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Carroll, JonathanWhite Applesscifi, fantasy2002
metaphysics, surrealism – man brought back to life to save his unborn son who will eventually save the universe if he survives
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Crossan, SarahBreathe (part of trilogy)
scifi, dystopian fiction, YA, adventure fiction
2012
in a world without air, people pay to breathe, there is inequality, teenagers are part of a resistance
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de Saint-Exupery, Antoine Little Prince
Childrens / speculative fiction, novella
1943
fable about the narrow mindedness of adults and the importance of willingness to explore the world
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Dell, Angie and Eschrich, Joey (eds)
Everything Change (vol 1 and 2)
cli-fi, anthology206, 2018
anthologies of cli-fishort stories
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Dovey, CeridwenOnly the Animalsspeculative eco-fiction2014
posthumanism, kinship
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Drucker, JohannaDown Driftspeculative eco-fiction2018
ecology, mutation/hybrids, climatology
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Dunn, KatherineGeek Lovefiction1989
human genetic modification
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Edrich, Louise
Future Home of the Living God
cli-fi
a world without seasons and evolution begins to run in reverse
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Geen, Emma
The Many Selves of Katherine North
scifi 2016
Womn has her consciousness projected into the bodies of lab-grown animals for research
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Huxley, AldusBrave New Worlddystopian fiction1932
genetic modification, intelligence-based social hierarchy
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Ishiguro, KazuoNever Let Me Go
dystopia, scifi, speculative fiction
2005
human clones made for organ donation
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Johnson, DenisTrain Dreamshistorical fiction2011
transformation of America at the start of 20th C
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Kingsolver, BarbaraFlight Behaviorcli-fi, eco-fiction2012
climage change, ecology, butterflies
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Le Guin, UrsulaAnything she's writtenfantasy, specualtive fiction
see in particular, The New Atlantis (1975), The Word for World is Forest (1968), Always Coming Home (1985), essays No Time to Spare.
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Lem, StanislawSolarisScifi, psychological fiction1961
complete failure of humans to understand extraterrestrial intelligence
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McDibble, BrenHow to Beefiction, YA, cli-fi2017
colony collapse,
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Miller, GeorgeFrancis of the Filthscifi, fantasy2017
radioactive weapons, chromosome mutation
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Mills, JenniferDyschronia
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction
2018
climate change, squid and ocean
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Mitchell, DavidCloud Atlas
scifi, fantasy, speculative fiction
2004
six nested stories, including worlds with humans cloned for cheap labour, radioactive contaminated worlds and comments on 'predatory worlds'
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Newitz, AnnaleeAutonomouscli-fi
arctic melting, Las Vegas is domed, Big Pharma makes a productivity enhacer
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Okorafor, NnediWho Fears Death
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, fantasy
post-apocalypse Africa, impact of cc on vulnerable and politically disempowered
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Rawson, Jane
A Wrong Turn at the office of Unmade Lists
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction
2013
Climate change, travel,
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Roberts, Nora
Year One (Chronicles of the One trilogy)
dystopia, scifi, fantasy, suspense
2017
pandemic and mass electrical crash lead to world where magic replaces technology
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Robinson, Kim Stanleyall of his books, esp. 2140
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, science fiction
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Sedgwick, MarcusFloodlandfantasy, scifi, YA2000
set in near future UK, largely submerged
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Shute, NevilOn The Beachpost-apocalyptic fiction1957nuclear war
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Sparks, CatLotus Bluecli-fi
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Turner, GeorgeSea and the Summer
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, post-apocalyptic fiction
1987
climate change
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Van Neervan, EllenHeat and Lightcli-fi, dystopian fiction2013
climage change, postcolonialism,
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Vandermeer, JeffThe Southern Reach Trilogy
cli-fi, dystopian fiction, horror
2014
ecology, metaphysics
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Warner, BenjaminThirstcli-fi
world without water
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Watkins, Claire VayeGold Fame Citruscli-fi
the West without water, field guide to flora and fauna
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Wright, Alexis The Swan Bookcli-fi, 2013
climate change, biodiversity loss
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Doyle, BriohnyThe Island Will Sinkdystopian fiction2016
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Robins, AliceAnchor Point2015
climate change, Australian landsacpe, farming
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NON FICTION BOOKS
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AuthorTitlegenreyear pub.themes
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Carson, RachelSilent Springnon-fiction, ecology1962
pesticides, ecology
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Chouinard, YvonLet My People Go Surfing
non-fiction, business & economics
2016
started 1% for the planet
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Demos, T.J.
Against the Anthropocene: Visual Culture and Environment Today
2015
visual culture in the anthropocene
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Davis, Heather & Turpin, Etienne (eds)
Art in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environments and Epistemologies
non-fiction, essays2015
this collection brings together a multitude of disciplinary conversations concerned with art and aesthetics that are emerging around the Anthropocene thesis, drawing together artists, curators, scientists, theorists, and activists to address the geological reformation of the human species
http://openhumanitiespress.org/books/download/Davis-Turpin_2015_Art-in-the-Anthropocene.pdf
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Espen Stoknes, Per
What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming
2015
climate change, global warming, psychology
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Fukuoka, Masanobu
The One-Straw Revolution: An introduction to natural farming
non-fiction, biography, ecology
agriculture
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Gammage, Bill
the Biggest Eastate on Earth
2011agriculture
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Gergis, Joëlle
Sunburnt Country: The history and future of climate change in Australia
2018
What was Australia's climate like before official weather records began? How do scientists use tree-rings, ice cores and tropical corals to retrace the past? What do Indigenous seasonal calendars reveal? And what do settler diary entries about rainfall, droughts, bushfires and snowfalls tell us about natural climate cycles? Sunburnt Country pieces together Australia's climate history for the first time. It uncovers a continent long vulnerable to climate extremes and variability. It gives an unparalleled perspective on how human activities have altered patterns that have been with us for millions of years, and what climate change looks like in our own backyard. Sunburnt Country highlights the impact of a warming planet on Australian lifestyles and ecosystems and the power we all have to shape future life on Earth.
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Ghosh, Amitav
The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable
2016
climate change, narratives, climate fiction
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Harari, Yuval Noah
Sapiens, Homo Deus, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century
2011, 2015, 2018
human nature
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Haraway, Donna
Staying with the Trouble: Making kin in the Chthulucene
ecology, feminis theory2016
multispecies feminism, making-with, SF
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Kolbert, ElizabethThe Sixth Extinction
environmental science, environmental ecology
2014
biodiversity loss,
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Kolbert, Elizabeth
Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature and Climate Change
environmental science, environmental ecology, climatology
2015
climate change, narratives
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Massy, Charles
Call of the Reed Warbler: A new agriculture a new earth
non-fiction, farming & homesteading, nature & envrionment
2018
regenerative agriculture
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Moore, Jason W. (ed)
Anthropocene or Capitalocene?
environmental economics, environmental science
2016
essays on power, humanity and capitalism
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Pascoe, Bruce
Dark Emu: Aboriginal Australia and the Birth of Agriculture
2014agriculture
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Pollan, Michael
The Omnivore's Dilemma: A natural history in four meals
non-fiction, cookbook2006
critique of how we eat
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Solnit, Rebecca
A Field Guide to Getting Lost
non-fiction, biography, travel2005
discovery, wandering, embracing the unknown
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Tsing, Anna
Mushroom at the End of the World
environmental economics, 2015
precarity, biodiversity loss, capitalism (post)
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Tsing, Anna (ed)
Arts of Living on a Damaged Planet: Ghosts and monsters of the anthropocene
non-fiction, 2017
humanists and scientists talk future
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NON FICTION articles
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AuthorTitlegenreyear pub.themesPublication
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Atwood, Margaret
It's Not Climate Change It's Everything Change
2015, JulyMedium
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Bloom, DanCli-Fi Report Globalblog
Blog aggregating articles on 'cli-fi'
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Bradley, JamesWriting on the Precipice2017, Feb
Sydney Review of Books
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Bradley, James
Why I decided to write a novel for teenagers about catestrophic climate change
2017, MarchThe Guardian
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Falconer, DeliaOpposite of Glamour2017, July
Sydney Review of Books
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Forlano, LauraPosthumanism and design2017She Ji
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Hendricks, Rose
Communicating climate change: Focus on the framing, not just the facts
2017
For scientific evidence to shape people’s actions – both personal behaviors like recycling and choices on policies to vote for – it’s crucial that science be communicated to the public effectively. Social scientists have been increasingly studying the science of science communication, to better understand what does and does not work for discussing different scientific topics. It turns out the language you use and how you frame the discussion can make a big difference.
https://theconversation.com/communicating-climate-change-focus-on-the-framing-not-just-the-facts-73028
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Hughes, Lesley
When planetary catastrophe is your day job
2018, JuneThe Monthly
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Johns Putra, Adeline
‘How “cli-fi” novels humanise the science of climate change’ 
2018, June
New Statesman America
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Joshi, Keetan
Caring about climate change: It’s time to build a bridge between data and emotion
2017, JuneThe Guardian
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Milner, A and Burgmann, J
Climate Fiction: A World-Systems Approach
2018
Cultural Sociology
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Solnit, Rebecca

‘Hope is a​n embrace of the unknown​’: Rebecca Solnit on living in dark times
non-fiction, essays2016
We write history with our feet and with our presence and our collective voice and vision. And yet, and of course, everything in the mainstream media suggests that popular resistance is ridiculous, pointless, or criminal, unless it is far away, was long ago, or, ideally, both. These are the forces that prefer the giant stays asleep. Together we are very powerful, and we have a seldom-told, seldom-remembered history of victories and transformations that can give us confidence that, yes, we can change the world because we have many times before. You row forward looking back, and telling this history is part of helping people navigate toward the future. We need a litany, a rosary, a sutra, a mantra, a war chant of our victories. The past is set in daylight, and it can become a torch we can carry into the night that is the future.
https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/jul/15/rebecca-solnit-hope-in-the-dark-new-essay-embrace-unknown
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Teets, Jennifer
Thinking Matter: Representational Breakdown at the World in Which We Occur
2017
Matter Fictions
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Wark, Mckenzie
On the Obsolescence of the Bourgeois Novel in the Anthropocene
2017, AugustVerso
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Zaidi, Leah
Building Brave New Worlds: Science fiction and transition design
2017MA thesis
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Rauschenberg, Robert Earth Day poster1970
An early example of activist art
https://www.rauschenbergfoundation.org/art/artwork/earth-day
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The Last Glacier CollectiveThe Last Glacierlarge format photobooks2019
Over the course of four years artists Todd Anderson, Bruce Crownover and Ian van Coller hiked through valleys, up streams and over mountains to visit the last glaciers in the “crown jewel of the continent,” Glacier National Park. Their work resulted in artworks and a limited edition artist book that shares the wonder of the park's glaciers while simultaneously serving as a historical document of climate change in Glacier National Park.
https://www.thelastglacier.com/books
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