What to read when in lock-down

For those in lockdown and need some reading material I thought I would bring into one blog a set of books that I have written or edited on sustainable development.

I have grouped the books into themes that will help the reader to focus on areas they are interested in.

These are:

  1. The Vienna Cafe Trilogy: The books look at the history of sustainable development from the 1960s to the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals. So far there are three these are:
  2. The environmental security/insecurity books: which started with:
  3. The capacity building books: 
  4. The agenda-setting books coming out before the UN meeting: 
  5. The Friends of Governance books: 
    1. Governance for Sustainable Development: Ideas for the Post 2015 Agenda Volume 1 (2016)
    2. Governance for Sustainable Development Volume 2: Ideas for the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable (2018)
    3. Governance for Sustainable Development Volume 3: Preparing for the Heads of State Review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2019)
    4. Governance for Sustainable Development Volume 4: Challenges and Opportunities for Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2020)

Vienna Cafe trilogy shouldn't be confused with the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy, which is in five parts, the Vienna Cafe trilogy isn't in another galaxy just a cafe in the basement of the UN or other intergovernmental venues.

You might also like to read Santa's Green Christmas: Father Christmas Battles Climate Change a great download for the kids of all ages written by Felix Dodds and Michael Strauss drawn by Marvel artists John Charles.


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