Earth Day 2020


The enormous challenges — but also the vast opportunities — of acting on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary. Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable.

Earth Day 2020 will be far more than a day. It must be a historic moment when citizens of the world rise up in a united call for the creativity, innovation, ambition, and bravery that we need to meet our climate crisis and seize the enormous opportunities of a zero-carbon future.


Earth Day is very important to all of us here at RMB, and we try to recognize the significance and urgency of Climate Change and our planet every day.

We have a wide range of authors who specialize in different areas of conservation; environmental, water security, Indigenous Rights, wildlife protection, renewable resources and more! We have put together a wonderful list for you to read this Earth Day – or any day!

FEATURED AUTHOR: Robert W. Sandford

Robert William Sandford is the EPCOR Chair for Water and Climate Security at the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health. He is the co-author of the UN Water in the World We Want report on post-2015 global sustainable development goals relating to water. He is also the author of some 30 books on the history, heritage and landscape of the Canadian Rockies


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Please take a look at our website for a complete list of all of our books and authors! All of our books can be bought online, as en eBook, or through your local booksellers who are offering delivery or pickup options! Unsure if your local bookstore is delivering? Check out our map here!


Get informed.
Knowledge is power – learn more about the science behind our climate challenge and the responsibility that all sectors hold in addressing the issue. Add your voice to the issues that are shaping the climate debate as well as emerging, evidence-based data that directly relates to changes in our climate.

Hold yourself accountable.
Take a personal inventory of your own personal impact on the planet – remember, if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it! Click here to calculate your carbon footprint – it may surprise you. Consider offsetting carbon emissions by investing in clean and renewable energy projects around the world that support local communities, drive sustainable development, and protect our planet.

Can you use energy more efficiently at home? Unplug items when they aren’t in use, buy goods with high energy-efficient standards, and consider making the switch to renewable energy. All of these can help to help reduce your personal impact. Record your Acts of Green here.