While there’s a list of recommended books in the More Resources section, I’ve chosen to review some in more detail here. You can click on the links below for more lengthy reviews of each book.
Vitamin N by Richard Louv – practical activities to help get both kids and adults outside more, great for brainstorming nature “prescriptions” with clients
The Nature Fix by Florence Williams – compiles some of the latest research on why nature is good for us, and talks about who’s behind the studies
The Voice of the Earth by Theodore Roszak – a bit of a blast from the past as I review the book that gave us the term ecopsychology
Drawdown edited by Paul Hawken – a great resource for empowering those feeling emotional and mental distress over climate change