What to read if you're worried about the climate crisis and your lifestyle

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This book list will help you understand your role as a conscientious consumer, the economic structures that have contributed to the climate crisis and the visionaries who are paving the way for a better future.
Written by Orsola de Castro Bronwyn Seier

This article was produced by CNN Style's editorial team in partnership with Fashion Revolution , an international non-profit campaigning for a clean, safe, fair, transparent and accountable fashion industry.

Looking for the next step to reduce your environmental fashion footprint? The best way is to read and educate yourself further.

We've compiled a book list to help you understand your role as a conscientious consumer, the economic structures that have contributed to the climate crisis and the visionaries who are paving the way for a better future.

"The Slow Grind" | Georgina Johnson | 2020

Georgina Johnson's forthcoming book on slow fashion is a manifesto for the ages. It's a compilation of essays, think pieces and conversations, gathering some of the most formidable voices across the creative and fashion industries to address the crucial questions of creative, social and environmental sustainability.

"Earth Logic" | Kate Fletcher & Mathilda Tham | 2019

All of Kate Fletcher's books on fashion and sustainability have been considered revolutionary. But this publication, which is free to read online, offers a values-led framework which reimagines the fashion system altogether.

"Fibershed" | Rebecca Burgess | 2019

"Fibershed: Growing a Movement of Farmers, Fashion Activists, and Makers for a New Textile Economy" proposes a "farm-to-closet" regenerative vision for textiles by…
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