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Public By Renaud El Ghozi
Francesca Rheannon is CSRwire's Talkback Managing Editor, co-founder of Sea Change Media and host of the nationally syndicated radio show called Writers Voice. Suffice it to say that she knows what she is talking about when it comes to Sustainability.

Today, she is sharing her latest sustainability book list on CSRWire. These books cover environmental issues, such as climate change and biodiversity, so I thought they might be of some interest for all of us.

Francesca’s list is composed of the following books:

1. {{LNK|Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth|}}: written by Mark Hertsgaard. Mark explains that we need to “focus on adapting to the inevitable changes that will confront us over the coming decades”.

2. {{LNK|A Sea in Flames, The Deepwater Horizon Oil Blowout|}} and {{LNK|The View from Lazy Point: A Natural Year in an Unnatural World|}}, both written by Carl Safina. His writing “explores the scientific, moral, and social dimensions of our relationship with nature.”

3. {{LNK|Rewilding the World|}}: written by Caroline Fraser who fights for biodiversity, wildlife and restoring eco-systems.

You can read Francesca’s insight and her full list {{LNK|in her article published on CSRWire|}}. If you’re fond of articles about Sustainability, you can also check {{LNK|Benoit’s favorite CSR blogs|}}.

What about you? What is the latest book you have read about Sustainability or that you are planning to read?

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