Books I'm looking forward to this year. Get your pre-orders in if you're so inclined...
Imbolo Mbue£14.99 £13.94
Mbue, from Cameroon, has set her second novel in a fictional African village at risk from an American oil company.
FBA Sen Amartya£25.00 £23.25
Amartya Sen, the Nobel prize winning Indian economist, tells his own story.
Suzanne Simard£16.98 £15.79
The idea of the 'mother tree', identified by Simard, is one of the most radical recent discoveries in biology.
Kehinde Andrews£20.00 £18.60
A scathing exploration of how slavery and empire still shape global politics, from a pioneer of Black Studies in Britain.
Mariana Mazzucato£20.00 £18.60
The influential economist turns her attention to Covid-19 recovery.
Emma Dabiri£7.99 £7.43
A book full of practical advice from the respected race commentator.
Katrine Marcal£16.98 £15.79
A feminist take on innovation from the highly readable Swedish economist.
Vashti Hardy£6.99 £6.50
One for the kids - an adventure story with an ecological heart from Vashti Hardy.
Te-Ping Chen£12.99 £12.08
A debut collection of short stories from Te-Ping Chen, best known as a writer for the Wall Street Journal.
Barnabas Calder£20.00 £18.60
Imaginatively retells the history of architecture from the point of view of energy use.
Bill Gates£20.00 £18.60
Like the Pope, you have to pay attention when the big names talk about climate change.
Yaa Gyasi£14.99 £13.94
A novel weaving together faith and hope, race and migration, from the Ghanaian-American author.
Hans Ulrich Obrist and Kostas Stasinopoulos£7.00 £6.51
What has art contributed to the climate change debate? A compendium of ideas.
Jess Butterworth£6.99 £6.50
Jess Butterworth raises environmental questions through children's adventure books about real places and situations.
Simon Winchester£25.00 £23.25
A big ideas book about land, concepts of ownership, and how they shaped human history.