What it is: a human-focused examination of internal migration in the United States as the effects of climate change threaten to render entire regions of the country uninhabitable.
Try these next:Nomad Century: How Climate Migration Will Reshape Our World by Gaia Vince; The Next Great Migration: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move by Sonia Shah; or Move: Where People are Going for a Better Future by Parag Khanna.
Meet: Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Uganda's first wildlife veterinarian and a staunch advocate for her country's "One Health" approach to conservation, which emphasizes the role of public health for humans in promoting better outcomes for both people and wildlife.
Read it for: Dr. Kalema-Zikusoka's account of how she created her dream job, as well as her vivid, if often heartbreaking, descriptions of providing emergency care to endangered mountain gorillas.
What it's about: Farmer and activist Leah Penniman (Farming While Black) interviews 16 notable individuals to reveal the often untold story of Black environmental activism.
The big idea: "The voices and expertise of Black, Brown, and Indigenous environmentalists, amplified by all those who have eschewed white supremacy, must be heeded if we are to halt and reverse planetary calamity."
What it's about: Using examples from sports, finance, law, politics, artificial intelligence, and more, cybersecurity expert Bruce Schneier (Schneier on Security) explains the principles of hacking and reveals how the wealthy and powerful game systems at society's expense.
Reviewers say: This "excellent survey of exploitation" (Publishers Weekly) offers readers "hope for leveling a badly tilted playing field" (Kirkus Reviews).
What it's about: Black writers explore their relationships with the natural world in this thought-provoking essay collection.
Why you might like it: Inspired by archival objects, from photographs to family heirlooms, these essays present a "well-curated assemblage of Black voices" (Kirkus Reviews) reflecting on a broad range of themes.
You might also like:The Colors of Nature, edited by Lauret Savoy and Alison Hawthorne Deming; Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors by Carolyn Finney.