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Recommended Reading and Viewing

Each month a Pivot Green member recommends a book, film or podcast that provides insight into environmental or social justice issues.

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How the World Really Works by Vaclav Smil

Maria Kelleher

November 2022 Recommended Reading

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Don't Look Up: Movie Review

Toni Ellis


Released December 2021

February 2022 Review

Solar Panels

Bill McKibben in the New Yorker

Heather Wilson

April 2022 Recommended Reading


Bewilderment by Richard Powers

Geoff Love

288 pages

September 2021

W. W. Norton and Company


The Day the World Stops Shopping by J. B. MacKinnon

Betty Muise

352 pages

May 2021

Harper Collins


"Trust in Trees" featured on For What It's Worth

Toni Ellis


March 2021

With Blake Melnick


Solved: How the World's Great Cities are Fixing the Climate Crisis by David Miller

208 pages

October 2020

University of Toronto Press

Richard Van Dine

Geoff Love


Commanding Hope by Thomas Homer-Dixon

Geoff Love

464 pages

September 2020

Knopf Canada

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Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future by Ashlee Vance

416 pages

January 2017

Harper Collins

Maria Kelleher 

Geoff Love


Green Green: Reflecting on 51 years of Raising Money for Nature by David Love

141 pages

April 2021

Civil Sector Press

Tom Scanlan

Geoff Love


The Green New Deal by Jeremy Rifkin

290 pages

September 2019

St. Martin's Press

Heather Wilson

Geoff Love


"The Year Earth Changed" Narrated by David Attenborough

290 pages

September 2019

St. Martin's Press

Rosemarie McClean

Geoff Love

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