GreenBiz Reads

Here are highlights from the latest books on business, sustainability and resilience. To share new titles with us, email [email protected].

If water is essential to life, the ethical response is to share it with all of life.
Three simple, psychological ways to deal with society's climate calamity. One of them leads to positive change. Which will you choose?
In the 1980s, a mining company tried to divide a Wisconsin community. Instead, it created "one of the country’s fiercest grass-roots environmental face-offs.”
Big tech is championing minorities and women in the workplace — but there's still room for innovation. An excerpt from a forthcoming book.
Even those of us who want change perpetuate problems by rushing around.
A journey through the energy transition we need right now.
In nature, every organism is engaged. It has plenty to teach organizations about releasing the constrained potential within its employees.
The GreenBiz community shares compelling books we can't put down (or keep meaning to pick up).
Storm resilience projects can leave a footprint as big as construction. A team of scientists, engineers and designers are protecting both coasts and the environment.
A vision of the shift in which humanity pulls itself from the brink of massive disruption. From here, the future looks bright.