113 books — 23 voters
Climate Change Fiction
Climate fiction, or climate change fiction, popularly abbreviated as cli-fi (modelled after the assonance of "sci-fi") is literature that deals with climate change and global warming. Not necessarily speculative in nature, works of cli-fi may take place in the world as we know it or in the near future. University courses on literature and environmental issues may include climate change fiction in their syllabi. This body of literature has been discussed by a variety of publications, including The New York Times, The Guardian, and Dissent magazine, among other international media outlets.
LitHub's 365 Books for Your Climate Change Library (Part 3)
The End Was Near
35 books — 9 voters
Cli-Fi: Climate Change Fiction
272 books — 408 voters
Cli-Fi: Books About Climate & the Near Future
60 books — 82 voters
Join the UC Berkeley Libraries 2019 Climate Fiction Reading Challenge.
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This list focuses on centering the imaginations of authors on the margins for the purposes of in…more
[close] This list focuses on centering the imaginations of authors on the margins for the purposes of inclusion, representation, and from which so much can be learned about resiliency and how to shape the future. “Fiction that centers those who are currently marginalized – not to be nice, but because those who survive on the margins tend to be the most experientially innovative – practicing survival-based efficiency, doing the most with the least, an important skill area on a planet whose resources are under assault by less marginalized people.” – adrienne maree brown
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Common reading creates community among first-year students and across campus. Each year, incomin…more
[close] Common reading creates community among first-year students and across campus. Each year, incoming students are presented with an engaging book that will be the focus of a campus-wide discussion. This year's book is Clade by author James Bradley. We are excited to have the opportunity to connect with you about this book, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts! Check out our website for more info: https://fyp.uoregon.edu/common-read
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