By Liz Wildman on behalf of SLH
This article was originally written for the December edition of Heatons Post, https://www.heatonspost.co.uk/
Following COP26, the international climate conference in Glasgow, the Heatons Library and Sustainable Living in the Heatons have created a display dedicated to books about climate and nature.
The selection of books featured includes non-fiction books, focusing on climate change, nature and animals, consumer behaviour, and the link between nature and mental health, as well as stories and novels centering on our environment. Additionally, in the children’s section, there is a selection of books celebrating our amazing planet.
So, whether you’re interested in climate science, consumption, animals, seas, or trees, there’s something for everyone!
You can find the library on Thornfield Road, Heaton Moor, Stockport, SK4 3LD