Gordon Conway and Naomi Oreskes trace the conspiracy to deceive the public over a range of catastrophic risks. .
Science writer Julian Cribb's book has provided much of the basis for the CHF's mission. It sets out the risks and what we can do about them.
Climate scientist Michael Mann presents a battle plan for how we can save the Planet. https://michaelmann.net/books/climate-war
Andrew Glikson looks at how humans have used fire to bring about the demise of Earth's ability to support life.
The Event Horizon: Homo Prometheus and the Climate Catastrophe | Andrew Y. Glikson | Springer
EOWilson warns us a point of no return is close. The only solution to the "Sixth Extinction" is to increase natural reserves to half the the Earth.
British Astronomer Royal Martin Rees takes us on a journey through all the things which could wipe out mankind in the near future.
Colin Chartres and Samyuktha Varma trace the emerging world water crisis and what is to be done about it. https://www.amazon.com.au/Out-Water-Abundance-Scarcity-Problems-ebook/dp/B003MZ0XOI
Julian Cribb explores why today's food supply is unsustainable and the consequences - and sets out a new path to 'renewable food' for all.
Elizabeth Kolbert gives a moving account of humanity's most lasting legacy - and what it means to be human.
It is worse, much worse, than you think. But author David Wallace-Wells offers an impassioned call to action.
Mike Berners-Lee plots a course of action out of the human existential dilemma that is practical and even enjoyable.
Climate scientist Dr James Hansen speak out on what climate change means for his grandchildren and everyone else.