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From 'Speed and Scale' to 'Braiding Sweetgrass', these are the 6 books climate leaders want you to read

As the UN Climate Summit COP27 begins this month, here are 6 books recommended by climate leaders such as Jane Goodall, Al Gore and more.

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Former US Vice President and climate leader Al Gore shared his book recommendation 'Speed and Scale' on Meet The Leader podcast. Image: Ben Hider
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Jane Goodall, world's best-known living naturalist and founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, says her memoir could offer a special message of hope for readers. Image: World Economic Forum

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AB InBev Chief Sustainability Officer Ezgi Barcenas shares a book recommendation that can drive collaboration and sustainable change. Image: AB InBev

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'Braiding Sweetgrass' has been recommended by two climate leaders. In picture: Kahea Pacheco, the co-executive Director of the Women's Earth Alliance Image: World Economic Forum
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One of the well known climate leaders and Chief Heat Officer for Florida's Miami Dade County, Jane Gilbert, recommends the book 'Braiding Sweetgrass' Image: Miami Dade County

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